Lancaster Insurance are looking for their next ‘Bright Young Spark’
Nominations are now open, for people aged 16-25, and whether you know someone who is aspiring to work in classic car maintenance or restoration, actively involved in a classic car club or simply loves classics – Lancaster want to hear from you.
Andrew Evanson, Senior Operations Manager at Lancaster Insurance comments: “We were blown away with the reception ‘Bright Young Sparks’ received, and we’re thrilled to be continuing to shine the spotlight on young people who want to be part of the classic car world. We’ll once again be working closely with Practical Classics to showcase our six finalists in forthcoming issues of the magazine and champion all the great things young people are doing in our community.
The overall winner will be announced at next year’s Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show, and they’ll receive a money can’t buy 'Classic Car Industry Taster’ experience week, in partnership with the Heritage Skills Academy, which includes a fantastic day with the Practical Classics editorial team.”
For more information on how to make a nomination and to see the criteria, visit: Bright Young Sparks (lancasterinsurance.co.uk)