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Great British Car Rally Flags off in Auckland

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Great British Car Rally Flags off in Auckland

The Great British Car Rally will be in your town this Sunday morning. Over 210 classic and modern cars and their drivers will arrive at the Auckland Domain from 9am to celebrate the start of their week long journey to Christchurch.

The cars will be on display on the roads leading up to the Grandstand. Councillor Sir John Walker will host a civic send off including a British Morning Tea with the cars being sent off in style at 12pm.

Captain Starship will be there to help with the celebrations.

A travelling Trade and Investment Road show will also be held at the Domain.

The car rally is raising money for the Starship Foundation, Save the Children, the Christchurch City Mission and Canterbury’s Stepping Stone Trust.

Where : The Auckland Domain Grandstand

When : 9am Sunday February 17th

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