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Nottingham Hospital

  • 2 min read



Mark is one of the members of our customer service team. He has an encyclopaedic mind for detail, loves helping people choose their scooters and is the self-nominated first tester of any new electric scooters we release.

Every month we donate scooters to hospitals to help bring a little bit of fun when times are tough.

This month we were lucky enough to meet the fantastic staff and children at Nottingham Hospital. 

We donated six scooters to the children at the Queen’s Medical Centre to help them make the idea of surgery and all that it entails less scary. We have been running the scheme for a number of months now and are always bowled over at the strength and courage the young people we meet show. 

This month was no exception and we were as proud as punch to meet some lovely children and their brave families. As you can see the scooters were well received…

We also gave two Sprite scooters to the doctors and nurses at the Hospital to try and help them negotiate the 26 miles of corridors! Now that sounds like an excellent workout!

We were delighted to be joined at the Hospital by Gabriele, one of our lovely Facebook mum’s who works just a hop, skip and a scoot away from the Hospital at Nottingham University. Not only did she help to model the scooters for us but she also made her TV debut on the local ITV news. Thanks for taking the time Gabriele, we really appreciate it and we hope you had a great day.

We are now looking for recommendations as to where to visit next. The scheme has been extended to include hospices and good causes where we think Micro Scooters can make a difference. Please do let us know if you would like to nominate a good cause. You can do so here

Thanks again to the amazing stuff, courageous children and wonderful parents we met. You are all brilliant.