Exmouth driving instructor to donate tuition fees to charity
A GENEROUS driving instructor who has launched a motoring school plans to donate some of his tuition fees to charity.
Chris Devlin, of Alexandra Terrace, Exmouth, will donate a percentage of the fees he receives from all new pupils between now and March next year to Help for Heroes.
The 63-year-old said: “There are a lot of service personnel who live in Exmouth who put their lives on the line for their country. Some of them get injured fighting for Britain.
“My personal view is that injured personnel should be looked after by that state.
“With that not being the case, I think it is down to us tax payers to trey and do something for them. I think Help for Heroes is such a worthwhile cause.”
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Mr Devlin, who has a number of friends and neighbours who are servicemen, started his driving school, called Chris Devlin, last October.
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