Westover Group supported the Daily Mail Chalke Valley History Festival (CVHF) again this year, providing cars and drivers to transport speakers to and from the Festival site.
A Toyota Rav4, Nissan Pulsar, Range Rover Sport and Skoda Yeti were all on hand to move the Festival's VIPs around the local area on Saturday and Sunday, ensuring speakers get to the site in plenty of time for their talks.
This was the third year that Westover has supported the History Festival.
Westover Group has a long heritage of its own, having first opened its doors for business in 1923.
The CVHF offers a unique blend of talks, discussions and debates, as well as a vast living history encampment and an historical air show. It is set in fields in south-west Wiltshire and for one week at the end of every June, this normally sleepy corner of England comes alive to the sound of Merlin engines, cannon-fire, muskets and music.
The Westover team were poised and ready at the Festival entrance. You might have seen our cars nipping backwards and forwards along the Chalke Valley - we were the ones with Daily Mail Chalke Valley History Festival logos on the bonnets!
To find out more, visit cvhf.org.uk.