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Driving instructors to use cars to spell out tribute to Adrian Care – Worcester News

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News that the 51-year-old, from Blackpole, had died inspired driving instructors to organise an event in tribute of their colleague. They also want to raise awareness of mental health issues for men.

The organisation is hoping to get as many instructor cars to meet on Saturday, July 4, and for the vehicles to spell out RIP ADE, in tribute to the instructor who was “well known and loved by many” in Worcester.

Shaun Cooper, secretary of the Worcester and District Driving Instructors Association, of which Ade was a member, said: “Ade was a kind and caring man, he would do anything for anyone, and relished his job as a driving instructor. He would work long hours, but his job and family were what helped Ade keep his mental health illness in check, but he rarely talked about his illness. read more


Burton driving instructor on how he plans to make lessons Covid-safe – Burton Mail

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A Burton instructor is ready to get back on the road and start teaching again as pupils prepare to get back in the driving seat.

Driving lessons can officially start again on Saturday, July 4, after the announcement from the government last week.

Mark Jordan, of Mark Jordan Driving, is one of those ready to get back to work as new measures are now put in place to ensure the safety of his pupils and instructors.

The 50-year-old said: “It’s been frustrating not being able to go back to work which I’m guessing is the same for any self employed person. read more


Tribute to driving instructor Adrian Care – a pillar of the Worcester community – Evesham Journal

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TRIBUTES have been paid to driving instructor Adrian Care. His family called him a “pillar of the community” after his “sad passing.”

They described Adrian, 51, of Blackpole, as a “beautiful, wonderful man, an amazing, passionate and caring driving instructor.”

Adrian began his ten year driving career back in 2010 after seeing an advert asking people to sign up, he turned to his family and said ‘I could do that’ and had their full support.

He became one of the most popular and dedicated driving instructors in Worcester. His family said Adrian wasn’t just a driving instructor he was a friend and mentor to all of his pupils. Adrian’s passion and commitment to the people he taught didn’t just stop after they passed their test. read more


Tribute to driving instructor Adrian Care – a pillar of the Worcester community – Worcester News

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Adrian began his ten year driving career back in 2010 after seeing an advert asking people to sign up, he turned to his family and said ‘I could do that’ and had their full support.

He became one of the most popular and dedicated driving instructors in Worcester. His family said Adrian wasn’t just a driving instructor he was a friend and mentor to all of his pupils. Adrian’s passion and commitment to the people he taught didn’t just stop after they passed their test.

The Care Family said he continued to check with the 360 students who he helped pass and sent every one of them a personalised card. They said walking down the street with Adrian was a nightmare as he would always be recognised and was always happy to stop for a chat. read more


Brighton driving instructors split on restarting lessons – The Argus

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Instructors are expected to have to keep the windows down and disinfect their cars.

But some are concerned. Darren Hearn of Brighton Driving Lessons fears it will be difficult to make driving lessons safe.

The Argus:

He said going without work for months had been exceptionally hard but he is concerned about the proximity between the learner and the instructor in an enclosed space.

“What we’ve been told is not very practical,” he said.

“We’ll have to sanitise the car after each session and wear masks while we’re giving lessons. I don’t really know where I stand. read more