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Car enthusiasts sought

PUBLISHED: 14:47 10 September 2008 | UPDATED: 09:35 12 August 2010

CLASSIC car enthusiasts are being sought by a charity to take part in a fundraising driving event. The newly merged Harris HospisCare and St Christopher s, based in Orpington, is seeking motorists to get involved in the Harris Sunday Run on September 28

CLASSIC car enthusiasts are being sought by a charity to take part in a fundraising driving event.

The newly merged Harris HospisCare and St Christopher's, based in Orpington, is seeking motorists to get involved in the Harris Sunday Run on September 28 which starts and ends at the Penshurst Place and Gardens in Tonbridge.

Drivers will set off on a 100-mile round trip, stopping off at Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex for a handmade picnic and an opportunity to wander round the Elizabethan gardens before returning to Penshurst Place for afternoon tea and a prize giving ceremony.

The event is open to all motoring enthusiasts but the charity is especially looking for as many classic car owners as possible to enter the event.

Events fundraiser, Augusta Adu said: "We are really excited about this new fundraising event.

"It will be the ideal opportunity for drivers to see and be seen with their classic cars at two beautiful venues.

"The route will be a good mix of fast roads and quiet country lanes."

For more information, call fundraising on 01689 825 755, or e-mail fundraising@harrishospiscare.org.uk.


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