Come and join us for A Night at the Car Museum

Come and join us for A Night at the Car Museum in Churt, Surrey on Thursday 29 February 2024, and help raise much-needed funds for A Driving Force for SSAFA 2024

Join us from 6pm on Thursday 29 February 2024 for a thrilling Night at the Car Museum in Churt, Surrey, which will be showcasing one of the greatest private UK car collections! Get ready to be amazed by 5 halls of mesmerizing displays of classic and modern cars, all under one roof.

This in-person event promises an unforgettable experience for car enthusiasts and anyone who appreciates automotive beauty. The ticket price includes access to one of the greatest car collections in the UK, a welcome drink, a delicious Thai curry, access to a charity auction and free parking. The Museum location is between Farnham & Haslemere, Surrey – the address will be sent to ticket holders upon purchase of a ticket.

Tickets are £70 per person (+ booking fees), which includes dinner. Why not make it a group evening by bringing your car club, bring guests or suppliers, bring your military unit, bring customers, there is a group booking rate of 12 tickets for the price of 10 tickets. If you are unable to attend but would still like to donate to SSAFA, you can purchase a non-attendance ticket for £35 (+ booking fee).

Indulge your passion for cars as you explore the museum’s stunning collection featuring iconic vehicles from different eras: Koenigsegg, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Le Mans, Formula 1, Jaguar, Tractors and an incredible collection of fuel pumps and automotive memorabilia.

From vintage masterpieces to cutting-edge sports cars, you’ll witness the evolution of automotive engineering firsthand. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the most legendary automobiles in history.

The event has been put together by ‘A Driving Force for SSAFA‘ volunteers Alex & Harriet Wolfe who are participants in the 2024 event this Summer; supported by the generosity of Robert & Tanya Lewis, who have dedicated over two decades to raising funds for military charities and have given access to their incredible museum for this event.

Alex and Harriet are taking part in A Driving Force for SSAFA 2024 after enjoying every single minute of the 2022 event which raised over £170,000 for SSAFA!

Alex Wolfe MBA an Energy Leader and Early Years Nursery Owner from Southfields, London said:
“Harriet and I met Robert Law, owner of this great collection at classic Le Mans last Summer and we are very grateful to him for opening his unique collection – it really will be every car fan’s Christmas Day and a chance to see some of the rarest cars in the UK!

Get ready for an evening filled with automotive wonders, camaraderie, and the satisfaction of supporting the noble cause that is SSAFA, the armed forces charity. We hope you can join us for the Night at the Car Museum!”

The charity auction will include unique lots such as enjoying an Aston Martin Rapide S for a week, Dinner at Annabel’s (London’s most iconic private members club), being umpired at your tennis club by a grand slam umpire and jumping from the sky with the Red Devils! There will also be a driving simulator available on the night (small charge applicable).

Not only will you be immersed in the world of cars, but you’ll also be supporting a worthy cause. This event is raising funds for A Driving Force for SSAFA, which is a biennial charity event, raising funds for SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity. It involves one hundred people, in fifty vehicles, including participants and support vehicles, on an exhilarating 10-day driving adventure across the Iberian Peninsula and Gibraltar from 30 July to 9 August 2024, hoping to raise £120,000 for SSAFA.

By attending this unique event, you’ll contribute to their vital work and make a difference in the lives of those who have served our country. SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity is a trusted source of practical, emotional, and financial support for the UK military’s serving personnel and veterans of the Royal Navy, British Army and the Royal Air Force, and their families.

For 138 years, making them one of the UK’s longest serving military charities, SSAFA has shown their commitment to ensuring that our service men and women, veterans and their families get the best possible support when they need it.

The SSAFA family includes the Military Wives Choirs, both an independent charity and a subsidiary of SSAFA, which supports women across the military community. SSAFA understands that behind every uniform is a person. And we are here for that person – any time they need us, in any way they need us, for as long as they need us.

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