SISIS SALTEX SAFARI
By Lynn Hilton
The SISIS 321 is a rugged, versatile tractor in its element on the golf course or sports pitch. It is not however the first choice of vehicle for a drive of 161 miles from Macclesfield to Windsor!
Nevertheless that's exactly what Andy Brown, Ben Lloyd and Craig Perry, all members of the SISIS Production Department, decided to do to raise funds for the East Cheshire Hospice.
The photo shows L to R -
Sir Nicholas Winterton MP for Macclesfield, Craig Perry, Andy Brown, Ben
Lloyd and Mark Stickley, Fundraising Manager for the East Cheshire Hospice.
In the background are members of the SISIS workforce.
They arrived in triumph at SALTEX 2002, at The Royal Windsor Race Course after a journey lasting 2 days, travelling at an average speed of 10mph.
Patrick Gosset Chief Exec of IOG (in casual gear 'cos it was set-up day), Andy, Craig and Ben, Robert
Corbin President of IOG and Roger Hargreaves, Joint MD of SISIS.
It is anticipated that their epic journey will raise in the region of £1500.