This year, Porsche Centre Newcastle was delighted to return as the main sponsor for the North East’s Lords Taverners' annual Christmas luncheon. Held at Newcastle Civic Centre, this is the third year we have participated in the event, which is the charity's biggest event outside of London.
The Lords Taverners is the UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity dedicated to giving disadvantaged and disabled young people a sporting chance.
Scott Stevenson, Centre Principal commented, ‘We’re delighted to be returning as event sponsor. Lords Taverners is a fantastic charity to work with and our team always enjoy the event. Porsche Centre Newcastle is committed to giving back to local charities and have an immense passion for sport in the community.’
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