The AMS Porsche Service Centre will be closed from Monday 26th July until Friday 30th July.
You might think “why on earth are you closing for a week! My Porsche 997 needs its next service”. And you’d be right to feel a little frustrated.
However, a challenge is a challenge, and when it comes to doing it for a charitable cause it made it easier to leave the workshop.
So, what are we up to?
We’ll be cycling, cycling a long way! 300+ miles of a long way. The challenge is Welwyn 2 Wales in memory of Jeff Archer.
We will be riding from the family home in Hertfordshire to the hotel in Pembrokeshire that he passed away at 10 years ago from a heart attack. This over is a 300-mile cycle challenge that will push all the riders to their limit, both physically and emotionally.
The ride route will take us via Bristol Children's Hospital to additionally honour the support given to Cody Prior-Smith by the Grand Appeal whilst Cody was in intensive care after birth.
The causes that will benefit from the donations raised will be the British Heart Foundation to help
fund research to keep hearts beating and blood flowing. Also, The Grand Appeal - Cots for Tots which provides pioneering equipment and facilities, family comforts, accommodation and so much more at the St Michael's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
We would like to reassure you about your Porsche service, maintenance, and repair work. We will be working hard to ensure that all confirmed and notified work will be ready for you before we go, for those who have been contacted. So don’t panic!
You may be asking “What happens if my Porsche breaks down while AMS Porsche are speeding down a hill in the Brecon Beacons on two wheels?”. Don’t worry, simply email us or leave a message and we will be straight back to you once we have completed our mammoth challenge.
As with all charity challenges, we will be relying on the generosity of people donating. Please help us raise money for these amazing causes by donating on our Virgin Money Giving page.
Thank you for your support, we all really appreciate it!