Sewell and the Mail help reunite families

Sewell has helped one lucky Hull Mail News and Media reader spend more time with his family after sadly losing his job due to ill health.

Sewell and the Hull Mail News and Media recently teamed up to help  Mail readers power through the tough winter offering them the chance to £100 worth of free fuel for 10 days. 

One lucky winner, Mr Bill Atkinson was laid off work due to ill health and has not had the spare cash available to travel up to the North East to visit his daughters and grandson. Since winning the competition Bill has made the lengthy trip up to the North East and spent precious time with his loved ones.  Bill said:

“Winning the competition to receive £100 worth of free fuel from Sewell on the Go has really helped me. I had to give up my job due to ill health and have not had the spare money available to visit family in the North East. Since winning the competition I have just made a trip up to the North East to visit my daughters and grandson. I am really grateful to the Sewell Group for making this happen.”

The competition marked a role out of the new ‘Sewell on the go’ brand and the recent opening of the new Hull West service station, located on the A63 westbound.

The ten lucky winners were notified by telephone and have now visited their local Sewell fuel and convenience store to fill up or collect a voucher to redeem their prize. 

The lucky winners were;

P. Wright                                                        Cath O’Neill
Gordon Worth                                               Neil Andrew
Bill Atkinson                                                 Yasmin Eagle
Alan Horn                                                      Joyce Cooper
David Heslington                                         Fiona Gillard