For the second year running, Porsche Centre Cambridge was delighted to be able to support the Walking With The Wounded charity at their annual clay shoot. This fantastic fundraising event was held near to our Porsche centre at Six Mile Bottom near Newmarket, by kind permission of John Latham, Richard Clarke and the trustees of Walking with the Wounded.
More than thirty teams of four competed, including two teams made up of customers and members of staff from Porsche Centre Cambridge. Models from the Porsche range, including the Cayenne and Macan were displayed around the site.
Walking With The Wounded was established in 2010 and provides vulnerable veterans’ independence through employment. The changing nature of war injuries and improvements in medical care, assisted respiration and resuscitation techniques, together with faster evacuation to field hospitals, has led to increased survival rates. These innovations have led to an unprecedented number of service personnel surviving from injuries that would, even in the recent past, have proved fatal.
We look forward to continuing to support this amazing charity and will keep you up-to-date with future fundraising events.
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