This February, guests were invited to take part in a driving day to Honesberie Shooting School. It was a fantastic chance for our guests to experience the Cayenne model range as well as the brand new 911.
As we set off from Porsche Centre Silverstone, the weather was looking a little frosty but the day started to brighten up as we drove through the countryside. We even managed to get the roof down on the 911 Cabriolet.
Honesberie Shooting School is based in a beautiful lodge in the Warwickshire countryside which has a fantastic variety of clay traps which mimic real game shooting. Our guests were given shooting tuition, followed by a friendly competition. The facilities at the lodge were fantastic and after a hearty lunch, our guests drove a different Porsche from the range back to Porsche Centre Silverstone.
Everyone had a brilliant day trying their hand at something new and experiencing the Cayenne and 911 models. Below is some of the feedback we have received about the event from the guests.
“Thank you for what was a fantastic day out, the whole event went perfectly, and the staff at Honesberie were extremely friendly and helpful!”
“I just wanted to thank you for inviting me to the Ride and Drive event to Honesberie Shooting Ground yesterday. It was a fabulous day giving us a real taste of driving the Cayenne and the 911 as well as great shooting ground to try our shooting skills. Great lunch also!”
“I would like to thank you and all at Porsche Silverstone for a truly fabulous day. Great company, great event and well organised – thanks”
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