On Friday 19 October the team at Porsche Centre Glasgow visited our friends at CHAS Robin House for our fourth annual 'Big Day Out'.
Porsche Centre Glasgow and CHAS Robin House team up on an annual basis to put on a fun day out for the children and families of Robin House. We start the day off at Robin House with Porsche models on display for all of the residents to explore. Police Scotland and the Blue Knights also joined us as we left Robin House in convoy, all the way to the Old Military Road also known as 'The Rest and Be Thankful'. Unfortunately, this year due to road closures, as a result of Storm Callum we were unable to make it all the way to the Old Military Road, so we visited the Robin House hospice instead, where we took along a 718 Cayman S and a 718 Boxster for the children and their families to explore and get photographs taken in.
We love working with CHAS and especially CHAS Robin House. They do amazing work every day for the many families that pass through their doors. Hopefully everyone at Robin House enjoyed the day as much as we did. We’re looking forward to next year already.
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