Newport Driver Wins Prize Draw
Mollie Scourfield is the latest winner of the Pass Plus Cymru quarterly prize draw and was presented with her £200 prize on 29 November by the Mayor of Newport and the Cabinet Member for Streetscene.
Mollie, who was accompanied by her boyfriend and Nan, said that she felt that the additional experience gained from the training provided by Pass Plus Cymru was extremely useful, and the element dedicated to motorway driving was particularly worthwhile. As a means of improving the skills of young drivers like herself, she feels that Pass Plus Cymru is amazing and would recommend it. At £20, it represents excellent value for money.
The Mayor of Newport, Councillor David Fouweather, presented Mollie with her prize and said “I am delighted to be able to present this prize to Mollie.
“Pass Plus Cymru is a scheme for young and novice drivers who have recently passed their driving test, and is a highly regarded scheme operated across Wales which aims to improve skills for young drivers. This scheme is vitally important in the improvement of road safety for young drivers, helping to reduce road traffic accidents thus making our roads safer for all drivers, and indeed pedestrians.”
The Mayor’s comments were fully endorsed by Newport City Council’s Cabinet Member for Streetscene, Councillor Roger Jeavons, with whom the Council’s road safety portfolio sits.
The Pass Plus Cymru quarterly prize is drawn from those drivers who took the time to return feedback questionnaires about their experience of Pass Plus Cymru.