In July, Porsche was the main marque featured for The Classic & Supercars at Sherborne Castle. The whole day was great success for the organisers, with special guests Derek Bell and Mike Wilds attending.
On Friday 8 November, Porsche Centre Bournemouth was invited back to Sherborne Castle for the Charity Cheque presentation, where Rotary Clubs distributed a total of £61,000 to one national and 18 local charities.
Nigel Young, Chairman of Trustees for the Sherborne Classic Cars CIO, said ‘This was a truly astonishing result following 12 months of work by the Organising Committee from members of the Yeo Vale, Sherborne Castles and Brue Valley Rotary Clubs. They are to be congratulated on raising this fantastic sum of money which means a total of £232,000 has been distributed over the past six years.’
The show continues in 2020 for their 17th year and we wish them continued success.
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