On Sunday 1 July, Chatsworth House opened its gates to the Porsche Owners Club Region 8 Pageant. This annual event, now in its fifteenth year, is set in the beautiful grounds of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire and brings together Porsche enthusiasts from all over the Midlands.
Approximately 300 Porsche cars joined the Pageant which looked incredible against the backdrop of Chatsworth House. We were delighted to be able to provide the concours prizes and we had a stand full of Porsche Driver's Selection accessories for guests to browse through. All profits from the day went to this year's chosen charity, Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
Dave Ashford, our Parts Manager at Porsche Centre Nottingham, has worked closely with the Porsche Owners Club for many years and had this to say “We enjoy events like this, they’re a really good opportunity to get out and speak to customers and seeing such a large collection of Porsche cars like this is always a pleasure.”
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