The Great Yorkshire Show is one of the UK’s largest outdoor events. Held each year from the 10 to 12 of July, the show celebrates business and agriculture from around the Yorkshire region. Porsche Centre Leeds displayed the latest range of Porsche models at the event, including the new Cayenne S and Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo. Visitors had the opportunity to get behind the wheel for photographs.
The event is held on the Yorkshire Showground in Harrogate and attracts over 130,000 visitors, this has grown dramatically over the years with various displays such as traditional iron forging, show jumping, trade stands and a wide selection of arts and crafts from the Yorkshire Region.
The show was a huge success and was a good opportunity to introduce new visitors to the world of Porsche, and welcome returning enthusiasts.
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