American Police Cars, Mustangs and many more super cars to drive in to Bingley for charity event


A Yorkshire pub is hosting a fundraising day to raise money for PTSD Awareness, a charity set up by a star of Channel 5’s Police Interceptors. 


1965 PTSD Awareness is holding the event at The Glen Pub, Gilstead in Bingley on Saturday 29 July (tomorrow) from 12 onwards. 


Founder of 1965 PTSD Awareness Ben Pearson who is a familiar face on Channel 5 after appearing on Police Interceptors. After leaving the police force following a mental health breakdown, he set up the charity, a cause close to his heart, as well as appearing regularly on TV, writing best-selling books and running a popular youtube channel. 


Ben, who will be popping along to support the event tomorrow afternoon at 2pm, said: “There are stalls, American police cars, Mustangs, face painting and a BBQ all to raise money for better mental health care for emergency services staff.” 


Free entry, all welcome. Address: The Glen Pub, Gilstead Ln, Bingley BD16 3NL.


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