On Tuesday 22 August, in aid of Essex Air Ambulance & Herts Air Ambulance service Porsche Centre Hatfield hosted a fundraiser and auction.
With auction prizes including an overnight stay at Hanbury Manor, Golf at Brocket Hall, a Omologato Watch and a Porsche for a weekend, the evening was a phenomenal success, raising over £6,000 for the worthy cause.
Guests were also treated to a Porsche Classic display, wine and cheese tasting from the Cheese Plate Ltd, a hog roast and a showcase of the new Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid.
The fundraiser is particularly personal for our Centre Principal, Mark Goody. On 9 September, in memory of his mother Kathy Goody, Mark will be setting off on a 50 mile run from the HQ of the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance in Earls Colne, Essex, to our Porsche Centre in Hatfield. Last year, Mark’s mum Kathy suffered a heart attack. Although Kathy sadly passed away, Mark’s aim is to try and raise as much money as possible to keep Essex & Herts Air Ambulance flying and saving lives.
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