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Porsche Centre Bristol visit Portishead Lifeboat Station
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Pitstop for the RLNI-911

The RNLI 911 Challenge at Portishead Lifeboat Station


Porsche Centre Bristol was delighted to support a fantastic cause on Wednesday 19 September. Centre Principal Andrew Remnant and Technician Patrick Foley drove two Porsche cars to the Lifeboat station in Portishead to greet the RNLI 911 Challenge participants, James and Belinda.

The couple is driving anti-clockwise around the British Isles visiting all 238 RNLI Lifeboat Stations in their Porsche 911 within 911 hours. They aim to raise at least £238 for each of the lifeboat stations.

Portishead Lifeboat Station, local to Porsche Centre Bristol, is the newest station to be visited on the tour. During their stop, Patrick carried out a check of the 911 to ensure it performs at its best over the remaining miles.

James and Belinda took a few quick photos at the Lifeboat Station and the crew from Portishead gave the 911 a thorough clean.

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