Castle Combe Circuit has revealed that local cancer treatment charity, Hope for Tomorrow, will once again take on the role of official charity partner at its Autumn Classic historic race day set to be held on October 6.
Supporting the popular event for the last few years, the Tetbury-based national organisation aims to bring cancer care closer to patients’ homes with the help of 10 revolutionary Mobile Cancer Care Units (MCCUs) that have helped to save patients a staggering 2.5 million miles and 200,000 hours of travelling since its launch just over a decade ago.
Hope for Tomorrow has a rich and prestigious history of supporting several motorsport events, and also has the likes of Sir Stirling Moss OBE, Derek Bell OBE, David Brabham, Martin Brundle and Ross Brawn OBE on its books as proud patrons.
The charity will have a stand on-site during the Autumn Classic, which will be situated in the Trade Village area and allow show-goers the chance to chat to staff and offer donations in person. Donations are also taken from Hope for Tomorrow’s website.
Castle Combe’s Autumn Classic is the circuit’s annual historic race meeting event, where several prestigious races come together to form an unforgettable day for any classic car fan. Advanced tickets include free paddock entry (Adults/Seniors: £20/£15) and under 17s are admitted free of charge. To buy tickets, head to www.autumnclassic.co.uk
For more information on Hope for Tomorrow, please check out its website at www.hopefortomorrow.org.uk