We are absolutely thrilled to have been nominated in two categories for the High Sherriff of Chester Enterprise Awards; Innovation and Family Business. The awards are taking place on Thursday 26th March and we can't wait to celebrate the achievements of BAS and the whole team. You can read more about the full list of finalists here.....
Event season is creeping up thick and fast and we are really pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the following events.... 16th March - William Merritt Disabled Access Day, Leeds. 3rd June - Get Going Live, Leeds 6th June - Motability's "One Big Day", Belfast 28th June - Lymm Transport Day, Warrington 3rd & 4th July - Motability's "The Big Event", Birmingham
We were thrilled to have our Brand Ambassador Helen Dolphin MBE visit us last week at our workshop in Warrington. Helen has been working as our Brand Ambassador since April 2019 and we could not be more pleased to have her as part of the team. Helen is an active campaigner for the rights of disabled people and you can read more about Helen by clicking
We are thrilled to announce that we have been shortlisted as finalists in the Federation of Small Businesses Awards for Business and Product Innovation. This is a fantastic achievement and is a great reflection of the hard work and efforts from the entire team! The FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards recognise and celebrate the huge contribution that smaller businesses and the self-employed make to
**Job Advert - Research and Development Technician** BAS are looking to recruit a Research and Development Technician who will based at our workshop in Warrington. BAS are a Vehicle Adaptation company, adapting vehicles predominantly for disabled drivers and passengers. The main duties of the role will be to enhance and develop new and existing BAS products, in addition to making and designing dedicated kits for
As a company we are extremely passionate about ensuring that all people, not matter what their disability, can live a life without boundaries. For many people learning to drive or being able to drive plays a key factor in this and that's why here at BAS we are working hard to ensure that as many disabled people as possible are able to drive. A main
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that we have been shortlisted for two awards in the High Sheriff's Awards for Enterprise in association with Chester University. BAS have been shortlisted in the Innovation and Family Business categories. The High Sheriff's Awards for Enterprise is Cheshire's recognition platform for businesses of all sizes from the private sector. The Awards will host Cheshire's leading entrepreneurs and business
Hallie Campbell is an amazing little girl who lives with an ultra rare condition called AADC deficiency. It is a condition similar to Parkinsons Disease, which means that Hallie can't walk, talk or even sit up by herself. Last December we fitted an adaptation for Hallie, so that she could travel in the car with her family, something they hadn't been able to do for