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History has been made at Boscombe Down in Wiltshire. Blind ex-Policeman, Ken Moss, from the charity St Dunstan's (which provides lifelong care to those blinded in the service of their country), set for the first time anywhere in the World, a SOLO unaccompanied World Land Speed Record for the Blind of 131 mph in a single seater prototype MG EXF land speed record car built by MG Competitions at the Rover Gaydon site in Warwickshire.

Ken, 41, from Scarborough, North Yorkshire was totally blinded in a road traffic accident whilst on duty on Saturday 14 November 1992, he was aged just 34. Ken said:

I have demonstrated that given the right support, disabled people are just as capable as able bodied people and to raise awareness and funds for St Dunstan's who provided my rehabilitation and training and helped me 'live again'. Anyone who sends a donation to me at St Dunstan's will be entered into a free draw to win an MGF sports car.
Ken Moss wishes to not only draw attention to St Dunstan's the charity that helped him to live again but also to raise much needed funds for the Charity. To assist in this, Ken has been given an MGF sportscar to help raise the funds. Ken will be having a free draw for the car in April 2000. All those sending a donation (minimum suggested £1) to him at St Dunstan's will be automatically entered in the draw. Cheques/PO's payable to St Dunstan's and sent to: Ken Moss, St Dunstan's, 12-14 Harcourt Street, London W1A 4XB.

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