23 Jun 2014

Motor enthusiasts attending the St Peter’s Car Show in Harold Wood have raised £3,500 to support our life saving work.

The third car show took place on Saturday 14th June in the grounds of Redden Court School attracting 2,000 visitors. 

There were 250 cars on display ranging from timeless classics to the very modern, including our very own Å KODA Octavia vRS Estate rapid response cars - manned by volunteers Dan Truby and Matthew Bell (pictured).

 Commenting on the success of the car show, Rev’d Rob Hudson, Associate Minister of St Peter’s Harold Wood said, “We’re delighted to be able to raise so much for London's Air Ambulance. Many thanks to all who volunteered, exhibited, and contributed to the occasion".

If you're thinking of planning an event to fundraise for London's Air Ambulance please visit our Community Events page for tips and advice.


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