Monday, 24 November 2014

Charity Open Evening in association with Club Le Mons

Club Le Mons and Let’s Race are joining forces to host a charity evening this Saturday (November 29th) in aid of Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance and the Make A Wish Foundation.

Members of the public and their families are invited to join them between 5pm and 10pm at Let’s Race in Horley which boasts the country’s only full motion Formula One simulators, and enjoy the many fantastic attractions they have planned. 

There will be fun for all the family including children's race simulators, a Batak reaction time machine, six-track Scalextric, raffle and a nail bar for the more feminine guests, and much more.

Entry is free but visitors are urged to bring their wallets as they will have prizes, competitions and attractions with all profits going to their two chosen charities.

Organisers will be welcoming some of the children who have been helped by the charities as their special guests for the evening.

Among the drivers will be young former patients from Harrietsham, Cliffe Woods, Crawley and Worthing who will get to drive in the first race along with the winners of a children’s raffle.

Club Le Mons Charity Director Jenny Dorrington said: “Make sure you come along early to participate in the raffle as it will be drawn at 5.30pm and the race will be at 6pm.

“Our second race will see the Club Le Mons team competing as part of their year-long charity car challenge. To learn more about Club Le Mons please go to Come along and cheer (or heckle!) in the Grandstand.

“And then the Grand Finale, the ultimate race of the evening, will begin at 7.30pm and is another great way for you to get involved! Help us raise some money for these two great charities and win a place on the grid for your very own Formula 1 race.
“There will be two ways to win a seat on the grid. Five places will be won by those who have entered into our Balloon Raffle on the night.

“By purchasing a balloon for £10, not only will you get a Club Le Mons and Charity Goody Bag but at 7.10pm everyone will pop their balloons to discover whether the ticket inside says WIN or LOSE.”

Wannabe Lewis Hamiltons can also secure their position on the Let’s Race Grid by making a generous donation to the charities. The top five donors  will also automatically receive a place on the starting grid.

There will also be food and drink available and if you would like to receive any updates about the event, sign up at:

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