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Porsche at Beaulieu

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2022/05/11 08:52:02 (permalink)

Porsche at Beaulieu

just wondering if anybody from the Dorset region was planning on attending the Porsche at Beaulieu event on Sunday 5th June?
If so, what time are you getting there, and is anybody meeting up beforehand to arrive in convoy?
Myself in 911 turbo S and my wife in her Boxter are going.

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Re: Porsche at Beaulieu 2022/05/11 08:59:26 (permalink)
We have several members attending in conjunction with region 17 where we will have a dedicated area. There is usually a meet and convoy.
Contact for info and get put on our WhatsApp groups.

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Re: Porsche at Beaulieu 2022/05/18 20:20:16 (permalink)
Convoy meeting points from previous years:
9am Forest Edge Shell Service station, Ringwood road, BH24 3HN.
9.20am Car park opposite Beaulieu road railway station B3056.
Several of us will be meeting for breakfast just after 8 at McDonalds next to the Shell service station prior to leaving at 9-00, we have previously handed out regional parking signs, they are looking for numbers but not sure how we are going to manage this without a mailchimp & people informing us that they have purchased tickets.

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