Porsche Centre Colchester is delighted to support the RNLI - 911 Challenge being undertaken by James and Belinda Richardson.
The challenge involves an anti-clockwise drive around the British Isles, visiting all 238 RNLI lifeboat stations in a Porsche 911 within 911 hours. The challenge began at 9:11am on Thursday 23 August 2018 at Teddington RNLI lifeboat station and is due to finish at Tower RNLI lifeboat station on 30 September 2018.
On Thursday 23 August the route went through some coastal towns in our region, where members of the Porsche Centre Colchester team joined James and Belinda for the journey between Cromer and Wells-next-the-Sea.
With plenty of destinations still ahead, Porsche Centre Colchester would like to wish James and Belinda the best of luck on their journey and we look forward to celebrating with them on their return.
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