On Thursday 25 May Porsche Centre Chester hosted seven customers at Formby Golf Club to enjoy a day of golf, in order to help raise funds for The Walton Centre Charity.
The Walton Centre helps support excellence in neuroscience by funding a variety of projects at the hospital which help improve patient care and services.
The day began at Formby Golf Club with teas, coffees and breakfast on arrival. The two Porsche Centre Chester teams were greeted by Carl Hazelton, Centre Principal and Kat Smith, Marketing Executive before heading on to the course for a few rounds. The weather was beautiful, and the grounds provided the perfect setting for the day.
After the competition, everyone enjoyed a formal dinner with a prize presentation for the winners. Whilst none of the guests Porsche Centre Chester left Formby Golf Club with a prize, everyone had an enjoyable day and over £12,000 was raised for The Walton Centre.
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