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Carriage Driving 4 Disabled gets presidential backing

Dray and pair continue leisurely TT lap

The President of Tynwald says an important message is being carried around the TT circuit over the next couple of days (to Sun).

A dray and pair left the grandstand at 5.30 yesterday (Thurs) for possibly one of the slowest ever laps.

They're taking four days to complete the iconic course in order to promote the work and raise money for local charity Manx Carriage Driving 4 Disabled, which aims to provide more opportunities for disabled people.

The dray and pair set off again from the Hawthorn at 10am and will travel to Glen Helen by noon. After an hour's break they continue from Glen Helen at 1pm and end the day at Sulby at 5pm.

Drivers are asked to be aware of their presence and give the carriage room when overtaking.

Claire Christian says it's a great event:

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