If your mum prefers adrenalin and fast cars to flowers and cuddly toys, tickets to The Supercar Event (24 and 25 June) at Dunsfold Park, home of Top Gear, will make the perfect alternative Mother’s Day gift. All proceeds from the family event go to The Children’s Trust charity.
Taking place at the famous ‘Top Gear’ track at Dunsfold Park, Cranleigh, this is the perfect gift to give your mum the opportunity to live in the fast lane – literally. And as an extra thank you, why not give her a once-in-a-lifetime passenger ride in one of 150 stunning supercars. With rides starting at just £30. Cars include the Ferrari 458 Speciale, Porsche 991 GT3RS and the Lamborghini Aventador SV among many more.
The family event attracts more than 17,000 visitors and is expected to raise over £100,000 for The Children’s Trust. From helicopter and truck rides, mini tanks and Diggerland, to Caterham Sevens and hovercrafts, there’s entertainment for the whole family – not just dad. There is also the Lexus LFA and a 4×4 course. Younger guests can have their first driving experience with Stay Safe Driving School (age 14 plus), take a fire engine ride or try the Mini Monster Truck Mania!
Family ticket (2 adult, 2 children aged 4-16) £30, adult ticket £12, child and concession tickets £8 if pre-booked. To book tickets visit www.thesupercarevent.com.
About The Children’s Trust
The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury. Every year we support thousands of children and families right across the country. We provide rehabilitation to help children make the best recovery possible after a serious accident or illness, both at our national specialist centre in Tadworth, Surrey and in the community. We run a special school for children with profound and multiple learning difficulties and provide transitional medical care to children with complex health needs. We have an extensive research programme and provide online support for families all over the UK.
Disclosure – I’m sharing this great charity event to show my support for what they do, this is not a sponsored article