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Parkers Chauffeurs Lead the Way at The Blaydon Race!

‘Twas on the ninth of Joon', Parkers Chauffeurs took the Blaydon Race by storm as they assembled a dedicated team of runners to participate in this year’s iconic event. Among the standout performers were Sara Davies MBE, known for her role on Dragons Den and other team members included Team GB Boxer Kiaran Macdonald, Crafters TV Presenter Ben Moseby, local Comedian and Life Coach, Cal Halbert along with the Managing Director of Parkers Chauffeurs, Laurence Beck. The team rallied together to raise funds for Cash for Kids North East, a noble cause supporting children in the region.

Adding a touch of elegance and efficiency to the race, Parkers Chauffeurs proudly provided one of their Mercedes EQV vehicles to serve as the lead race car. This sleek and environmentally friendly car not only led the pack but also transported the race photographer, ensuring that every memorable moment of the event was captured seamlessly.

The success of Parkers Chauffeurs' team at the Blaydon Race would not have been possible without the dedication and hard work of many volunteers and race organisers. Their meticulous planning and attention to detail ensured that every aspect of the race, from logistics to participant support, was executed flawlessly.

As a company deeply committed to both excellence and community involvement, Parkers Chauffeurs is proud to have played a significant role in the Blaydon Race, showcasing not only their running prowess but also their philanthropic spirit. The team's exceptional performance and unwavering support for Cash for Kids North East exemplify Parkers Chauffeurs' values of teamwork, dedication, and giving back to the community.

With heartfelt gratitude to the volunteers and race organisers who worked tirelessly behind the scenes, Parkers Chauffeurs looks forward to future collaborations and endeavours that make a positive impact on the community.

"Oh! me lads, you should've seen us gannin,

Passing the folks alang the road just as they were stannin';

Thor wes lots o' lads an' lasses there, all wi' smiling faces,

Gannin alang the Scotswood Road to see the Blaydon Races.”


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