On Tuesday 27 July, Porsche Centre Nottingham supported the Star Trust motoring day for the fourth consecutive year. The Star Trust is an East Midlands based charity, run by local business owners and entrepeneurs. They hold high-profile events throughout the year to raise money for locally-run charities that struggle to secure public donations.
On the day, East Midlands based entrepreneurs arrived at the fabulous Thornbridge Hall in an array of dazzling supercars to participate in a day of driving activities, including demonstration drives in the Porsche Panamera. Afterwards, guests enjoyed a delicious Derbyshire themed lunch courtesy of Thornbridge Hall.
The event was a great success and raised a staggering £56,000 for local charities.
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