Guild member Charlotte Vowden is hosting her first event as part of International Women’s Day on Saturday 9th March.
Charlotte, who in July made her TV debut on new classic car show Repair Lot, will be hosting the latest ‘Hagerty Hangout’ gathering, between 3pm and 7pm at the insurer’s Bicester Heritage clubhouse.
A varied programme is on offer including a chat with the world’s first female tetraplegic racing driver Nathalie McGloin, practical advice from classic car trimmer Freya Read, fine art from classic car fan Lily Crabtree and car-themed treats by artisan baker IcedMaiden.
The event will also include the chance to weigh up the pros and cons of classic cars turned into electric vehicles, with examples on show, and a chance to test drive vehicles from The Little Car Company.
“This is the first time I’ve organised an event for International Women’s Day,” Charlotte said. “It will be a safe space for all; everyone is welcome to come – if I know you, I can’t wait to see you again, and if we’ve never met, I look forward to saying hello!”
Tickets cost £10 with £5 from each going to the Spinal Track charity – they can be ordered here.