Porsches and pampering in Hatfield

A GUIDED tour of some of the greatest cars Porsche has ever made and a night of pampering, all hosted within a swanky �6m Hatfield facility... sounds like a good night out for everyone, right?

Not only is the Petrol Heads and Pampering evening set to be one very enjoyable occasion, but it is also due to raise funds for the Herts Air Ambulance, which needs �130,000 every month to enable it to continue to fly its life-saving missions.

Ex-Top Gear presenter and Sunday Times columnist, Jason Dawe, will host the event tomorrow (Thursday) at the Porsche Centre in Hatfield.

It starts at 7pm and will feature new and classic Porsches to admire and a rare opportunity to have a guided tour of the Porsche Workshop by highly-trained technicians.

Or, if that’s not your thing, you can choose to do a little shopping at the exclusive retailer’s stalls or have a luxurious treatment from the other exhibitors at the centre, on the Hatfield Business Park.


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Air ambulance fundraising manager Michelle de la Bertauche said: “This will be a fantastic event with so much going on – we’ve already had lots of interest,” she added.

“We can’t thank The Porsche Centre enough for giving us the exclusive use of their showroom for this event; it is such an exciting opportunity; we’ve also had huge support from other local businesses.”

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The night will also feature an auction and a raffle with loads of amazing prizes up for grabs, including Porsche experiences and signed merchandise.

Perry Robb, centre principal at Porsche, added: “We are delighted to be able to support the Herts Air Ambulance and their truly worthy cause of providing rescue services to the community in the Hertfordshire area.

“We are looking forward to helping them raise as much money as possible in order to sustain the excellent work that they carry out.”

The �20 tickets can be purchased via 0845 504 0055 or email hertsadmin@ehaat.uk.com or on the door.

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