Cars And Coffee Norfolk Support Local Charity
Set against the stunning backdrop of Ketteringham Hall, Cars and Coffee Norfolk-sponsored by Chatsbrook-invite you to attend their first event. Commencing on the 27th April, Cars and Coffee Norfolk hopes to draw in like-minded individuals in order to raise money for a local Norfolk cancer charity-Big C! From 10AM-4PM, attendees can expect a plethora of iconic cars showcased by their owners- with a charitable entrance fee of £5, what would be a better way to interact with fellow motorists and to discuss all things automotive?
Big C is a charity that supports thousands of people that are diagnosed with cancer each year in Norfolk and Waveney. They fund drop in centres that are dedicated to supporting individuals with information regarding diagnosis, treatments, side effects and recovery. Big C has really proved instrumental in supporting the local community. Since the 1980’s the charity has raised over £30 Million which has been used to support local hospitals with finances in order to provide treatment to patients using the newest technology. Furthermore, a proportion of the money generated has been invested in research at the Norfolk Research Park-where incredible discoveries have been made!
Big C is a charity very close to our hearts at Chatsbrook. Adrian Brooks, director of Chatsbrook specified “We are running Cars and Coffee Norfolk to not only bring car enthusiasts together but to support a local charity. At the later part of 2018 I was saddened to hear the news from a customer who I have personally known for over 16 years was diagnosed with cancer, over the next few months this played on my mind. Knowing Chatsbrook were sponsoring this event it seemed only right to support a charity of their choosing.”
Cars and Coffee Norfolk hopes that this will be the beginning of many events dedicated to supporting worthwhile charities.
What can visitors expect?
Visitors can expect a central display of cars, motorbikes and maybe the odd trike too! With promises of Lotus’ F1 Lorry (weather and access permitting) there is no reason to not witness the reunion of Lotus cars at the former Lotus headquarters. Adrian Brooks described it as a “Petrol-head delight”. Ketteringham Hall grounds are simply stunning and with coffee and food stalls also present, attendees can bask in the ambience and enjoy a day suited for the whole family!
Image sourced from the lotus website showing Lotus cars at the entrance to the Tudor Manor- Ketteringham Hall.
If you are interested in attending fill out our signup sheet!
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