On Tuesday 3 September, Service Manager Andy Woodward and members of the Porsche Centre Nottingham Restoracing Team visited Nottingham’s Children’s Hospital to donate our miniature replica 986 Restoracing Boxster.
Nottingham’s Children’s Hospital, located at Queens Medial Centre in the heart of Nottingham will be using the Baby Boxster to transport children to minor surgical procedures and tests, in the hope to make the experience less scary and more fun!
Nottingham Children’s Hospital Matron Helen Donovan, who receivied the car along with her team said: “Each year we see around 6000 children who have to have surgical procedures or tests, so the excitement of being able to choose a vehicle to drive in really helps distract them from what can be quite frightening.”
The team delivered the Baby Boxster with the help of our full-sized race car, allowing older children to get involved and experience sitting in our Restoracing Boxster.
Andy Woodward commented “The Children’s Hospital at QMC is a stone’s throw from Porsche Centre Nottingham so we couldn’t think of a better home for our little Restoracing Porsche than to be used by the special ‘little people’ at the hospital.”
We are delighted that our miniature Restoracing Boxster has gone to such a good home and will bring many smiles to children’s faces.
The 2019 Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship came to a dramatic end on Saturday 31 August at Oulton Park International race circuit. Porsche Centre Nottingham placed fifth in the overall Championship.
Please visit our dedicated page o find out more about the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019.
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