On Tuesday 5 December, Porsche Centre West London teamed up with Holland & Holland to treat guests to a day of clay pigeon shooting and driving the latest models.
Held at the Holland & Holland shooting grounds in Northwood, Middlesex, our guests were able to get guidance and shooting tips from world-class shooting instructors. Guests also had the opportunity to get behind the wheel of Porsche models including the 718 Boxster, Panamera, Macan, 911 Coupé and 911 Cabriolet demonstrators.
Peter Jiggins, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre West London, said “A big thank you to Holland & Holland for their first-class hospitality. The team at Porsche Centre West London and our guests thoroughly enjoyed the day and we look forward to running more events with Holland & Holland in the future.”
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