Preston based automotive events company creates a community hub

6/28/2022 9:01:00 PM

Preston based automotive events company is a family friendly place where the aim is to bring together a variety of vehicles ranging from supercars to classics and everything in between.

Preston based automotive events company is a family friendly place where the aim is to bring together a variety of vehicles ranging from supercars to classics and everything in between.

One of the vehicles entering a Wheels Up North event Preston based automotive events company is a family friendly place where the aim is to bring together a variety of vehicles ranging from supercars to classics and everything in between. Enthusiasts get together to enjoy a relaxed atmosphere and make new friends. Wheels Up North is ran by Harry Tagg who started the events company last year after seeing the community hub down South for

Enthusiasts get together to enjoy a relaxed atmosphere and make new friends. Wheels Up North is ran by Harry Tagg who started the events company last year after seeing the community hub down South for people with a passion for cars.Harry toldBlog Preston

that creating a safe, legal, insured space for car meet ups is at the forefront of the company.He said: “So far, we have put every penny back into the business so that we can really focus on growing the community and creating the best place to meet up with like minded people in the area.

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Wheels Up North is ran by Harry Tagg who started the events company last year after seeing the community hub down South for people with a passion for cars. Harry told Blog Preston that creating a safe, legal, insured space for car meet ups is at the forefront of the company.. He said: “So far, we have put every penny back into the business so that we can really focus on growing the community and creating the best place to meet up with like minded people in the area. A report to the council says:"The proposal aims to return a substantial property back in to a sustainable use in keeping with the immediate area. Read more: “We hope to be able to eventually contribute a portion of the profits back to charities and causes that mean something to us. At the time, LTH said that its Nightingale hub - which was the only one in the North West and was designed to support the entire region in the event of an Omicron-related rise in admissions - was helping to free up room at an under-pressure Royal Preston.” The biggest weekend event so far saw over 500 vehicles enter through the gate. The passenger in the VW Golf was taken to Blackburn Hospital and then transferred to the Royal Preston Hospital where he has undergone surgery to relieve pressure caused by bleeding on the brain.

Read more: Capitol Centre bucket fundraiser raises money for Rosemere Cancer Foundation ‘We love the variety of vehicles that attend the events, we get anything from first cars, classics and even supercars, the best thing is that you can have a ferrari parked next to a corsa and both owners respect each others passion for their vehicles. Lancashire Teaching Hospitals chief executive Kevin McGee says the Nightingale hub at the Royal Preston has been put to"tremedous" use over the last five months Speaking ahead of the unit being taken down in the coming days, LTH chief executive Kevin McGee told the Post that it had been a “tremendous” resource - but that now was the time to remove it. The building housed a restaurant for many years before it closed down. ‘The community feel we have had so far is incredible.’ Wheels Up North plans to host a series of events later this year. From February onwards, we’ve had close to 50 patients every day in [the facility] - no other Nightingale has come close to that use. To find out more visit the . In 2008 residents presented a 108-page dossier to the council claiming it was creating"a menacing atmosphere in a peaceful conservation area.