On Sunday 3 May Porsche Centre Bolton was thrilled to attend Supercar Showtime in aid of Derian House Children’s Hospice. This annual event is set in the beautiful grounds of Hoghton Tower and brings together supercar enthusiasts from all over the North West to raise funds for the ongoing care and activities of children, young adults and families that are supported by Derian House Children’s Hospice in Chorley.
The display of 100 supercars featured more than 20 Porsche models, including a 918 Spyder, GT3 RS and GT2 RS as well as our own British Racing Edition and the new Porsche Cayenne. It made for an incredible sight against the backdrop of Hoghton Tower.
We were delighted to be able to provide items from the Porsche Driver's Selection to be given away in the event raffle, as well as offer the chance to win a Porsche 911 GTS for the weekend in the auction. The event raised over £22,000 for Derian House and we would like to take this opportunity to thank Supercar Showtime for inviting us to take part in such a fantastic event.
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