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Bear Town Charity Road Cruise, Cheshire - Sunday 27th September

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2020/08/26 20:48:26 (permalink)

Bear Town Charity Road Cruise, Cheshire - Sunday 27th September

With lockdown easing the Region 5 Committee have been liaising with Vivian Ash the organiser of the above event which will include vintage, classic, sports and super cars of all makes.
Please note that this is not a PCGB event.
The Cruise will start from Congleton Town Centre before heading to Tatton Park by way of Jodrell Bank. After a relaxing break at Tatton Park, the cruise will head back ending up at Gawsworth Hall.
Viv is already close to the maximum limit of car numbers but is keen to accommodate some of our Porsche Club GB members, but up to a maximum limit of 20 cars. So time is of the essence if you would like to join in with this event.
The cost of entry is £20, payable by cheque or Paypal directly to the organisers. Additional information, entrance application form and PayPal and payment details are all available on the following Facebook page:
Or directly from the organiser Viv Ash at: / 01260 290466.
Viv asks that any members add a reference to ‘NW PORSCHE CLUB GB R5’ on their application.
Viv has commented as follows:
“Our Charity Cruise is in aid of raising funds towards the new Macclesfield Specialist cancer hospital. The Christie is set to open a new £26m cancer centre in Cheshire. Plans for the site in the grounds of Macclesfield District General Hospital have been approved by Cheshire East Council.
The Christie said the centre would care for patients in Cheshire, North Staffordshire and the High Peak area of Derbyshire.Work on the site is set to begin in early 2020. It will bring together cancer services - including radiotherapy, chemotherapy, holistic support, outpatient care, palliative care and clinical trials - into one purpose-built site.
If there is sufficient interest from our members, Viv will group our members in an overflow cap park so that all can leave in groups and be able to park together at Gawsworth.
We would remind you that neither Region 5 or the PCGB are responsible for this event and we have had no involvement in organising or arranging the road cruise, however we thought that our members would like us to bring it to their attention in case they would like to take part and get involved.
post edited by MD77 - 2020/08/28 09:34:09

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