A Wellhouse Toyota Proace to be won whilst helping BBC Children in Need
An electric Toyota Proace Matino campervan by Wellhouse Leisure, worth £65,000, is included in a ‘text-to-win’ competition for BBC Children in Need’s 2021 Appeal.
The campervan is part of a prize package that includes two tickets to see Adele in concert, plus 12 month’s insurance from the campervan and motorhome insurance specialist, Caravan Guard worth up to £1,000.
Last year, a similar campervan from Wellhouse Leisure was part of a prize package that raised over £1.1 million for BBC Children in Need’s 2020 Appeal. This year’s competition has already raised over £560,000.
- The campervan has a 75kW battery and sleeps four people. Its specification includes: kitchen with fridge, sink and cooker, two double beds, a pop-up roof, LED mood lighting, programmable heating, a 150W solar panel, metallic paint, alloy wheels, sat-nav, lithium leisure battery, sliding rear seat and twin-swivelling cab seats
The Toyota Proace Matino by Wellhouse Leisure is a four-berth campervan with a luxury specification for comfortable staycations at any time of year. It has a kitchen with fridge, sink and gas cooker, a rear seat that unfolds to become a double bed, a pop-up roof containing another double bed, a programmable heater to keep the interior warm and cosy, plus a 150W solar panel and lithium leisure battery. Electronic gadgets can be charged using the 12v or 240v sockets and USB points, plus, for extra privacy, there’s dark tinted rear windows.
This campervan is also easy to drive and park anywhere. It is 4.95m long and 1.98m high, so will fit in most car parks and parking spaces, making it ideal to drive to work every day, to the shops or off on a roadtrip adventure. It comes with sat-nav, cab air conditioning and a 75kW electric battery.
Inside, there’s plenty of room for four people and any gear, such as bikes or other leisure kit. To maximise the loadspace when travelling, the rear seat can be moved forwards (to also bring rear passengers nearer to the driver); then, when camping, the rear seat can be moved backwards to maximise living space. Both front seats can swivel to face the rear to create a sociable lounge area.
The prize draw is open until 11:59pm, Sunday 28th November November 2021.
David Elliott, CEO and founder of Wellhouse Leisure commented: “We were humbled by how much money was raised by the campervan prize package last year, so are delighted to be partnering with Toyota to donate another campervan for this year’s BBC Children in Need Appeal. The amount of money it will raise, will change children and young people’s lives.”
Neil Menzies, Partnerships Director at Caravan Guard insurance said: “We’re incredibly proud to once again be involved in this year’s BBC Children in Need Appeal by paying for the winner’s campervan insurance. With many of our staff still working from home we’re delighted to be able to help fundraise in other ways and hope this fantastic prize will raise an incredible amount of money to make a massive difference to children and young people’s lives.”