Porsche Centre Wilmslow was delighted to support the 11th year of the Franklyn Financial Management Summer Swing at Mere Golf & Country Resort in Knutsford.
The event raised money for St James Place Foundation, which benefits many children’s charities across the country. The event kicked off with an 18-hole corporate golf competition at Mere, followed by a gala dinner in the theme of diamonds & pearls.
Porsche Centre Wilmslow displayed a range of Porsche models at the event and entered a team of golfers into the competition. Jason Shenton, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre Wilmslow, commented, “The FFM Summer Swing is a fabulous event, and one we all look forward to each year. We are proud to be part of the organisation which raised a magnificent £147,636 on the evening for the St James Foundation.”
Please contact a member of our team on 01625 522222 for more information on our future events.
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