Porsche Centre Cambridge was delighted to support the Cambridge Branch of the NSPCC by sponsoring the Winner’s Trophy for its charity golf day which took place on 25 May at the Bourn Golf & Leisure Club.
After the competition, everyone enjoyed a delicious lunch in the Club House followed by a prize presentation for the winners.
The NSPCC is the UK’s leading children’s charity, preventing abuse and helping those affected to recover. The event raised £950 which will fund another NSPCC Schools Service series of visits to local primary schools as part of the ‘Speak out! Stay Safe’ Campaign.
Andy Matthews from Porsche Centre Cambridge presented the trophy and commented ‘the NSPCC Charity supports children nationally and locally within our immediate area. I admire the work they do with young people, so the decision to sponsor the event was an easy one.’
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