The Kings Ferry transports Britain’s Paralympians

On Monday 17th March, Britain’s most successful Winter Paralympic team in 30 years arrived at London’s Heathrow Airport met by The King’s Ferry to bring them to their London Hotel.

The team were awarded with six medals in total, including their first gold, thanks to Kelly Gallagher and her guide Charlotte Evans, in the super G.

Jade Etherington and her guide Caroline Powell, received a bronze in the same competition and took three silver medals in the visually impaired downhill, slalom and super combined.

Britain’s wheelchair curling team, Aileen Neilson, Gregor Ewan, Jim Gault, Bob McPherson, and Angie Malone were awarded bronze.

The following day, our executive vehicle picked them up from the hotel for a trip to Whitehall where they met Prime Minister, David Cameron at 10 Downing Street (above). They were then transported to the British Paralympic Association Office before a final airport run to Heathrow for the curling team.