A MUM awaiting the arrival of her daughter who she hadn't seen for eight weeks got a nice surprise from a valeting company.

Residents in Ascot went the extra mile to sort out a free valeting service so Georgie Tindall's car could be clean for her daughter Frankie.

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The mum-of-one had been spending her time apart from her four-year-old delivering PPE and care packages to GPs, hospitals, care homes and ambulance stations.

Adam Chkir who owns the mobile valentine company, said: "I heard about Georgie and how many people she has helped and I straight away wanted to do something for her. I love helping people and this is happiness to me. My happiness is to help other people and means more to me than money."

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Ascot Valeting Company has been running his business since 2001 which was located behind Budgens in 2007.

In 2018, the business moved when Sainsbury's took over and is now running as a mobile company. 

Suzanne Kingston, a resident who has been helping Georgie by collecting food donations, wanted to sort out getting her car cleaned after seeing her post on their community Facebook page.

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She said: "I knew about Adam who used to do car valeting behind the old Budgens. Now he isn't there anymore since Sainsbury's replaced it and he has struggled since so it's great to promote him doing something out of the kindness of his heart.

"He said he would do it for free too which was amazing and Georgie was surprised too."

To support his business visit: https://www.facebook.com/AscotCarValet/