2017 is a significant milestone for Porsche Centre Bournemouth as we celebrate 40 years representing Porsche in the area. On Saturday 20 May, we will be hosting a black-tie gala dinner in the showroom to look back at the people and Porsche cars that have shaped our Centre.
Porsche Centre Bournemouth opened as Heddell & Deeks and was one of approximately 20 Centres representing Porsche in the UK. Originally based in Charminster, the first site is now a painting and decorating shop. We moved to our current site in 1985 and redeveloped it in 2004. In 1992 Brian Deeks of Chapelgate Motors took over the company, followed by Inchcape PLC in 2007.
Tickets to this exclusive event, which includes a three course dinner and charity auction, are priced at £77.00 each and all proceeds will go to Macmillan Cancer Support and The Dorset Children’s Foundation. Numbers are strictly limited, so to avoid disappointment, please call us on 01202 983 033 or email email@example.com for more information or to buy tickets.
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