Porsche Centre East London is delighted to be supporting our customers James and Belinda Richardson with their 'RNLI - 911 Challenge' which is the first ever challenge to drive to all 238 RNLI Lifeboat Stations throughout the British Isles and Ireland within 911 hours.
The challenge is to drive anti-clockwise around the British Isles, visiting all 238 RNLI lifeboat stations in a Porsche 911 within 911 hours. The challenge will start at 9:11am on Thursday 23 August 2018 at Teddington RNLI lifeboat station and will finish at Tower RNLI lifeboat station.
At the end of the challenge on Thursday 11 October we are delighted to be hosting James and Belinda’s RNLI-911 Challenge home coming celebration. Recently James and Belinda visited the Centre where 12 members of the team choose 12 lifeboat stations. The stations that were picked will then nominate one crew member to join James and Belinda on the 11th October to join in their home coming celebration.
With less than two weeks to go before the challenge takes place everyone at Porsche Centre East London would like to wish James and Belinda the best of luck on their journey and look forward to celebrating with them on their return.
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