‘Dreams Come True’ beneficiary children and their families will be treated to an enjoyable day on July 29 by Cannonballers who will get together at the Beaulieu Motor Museum for the James Bond – Bond in Motion exhibition. Various prestige cars will be displayed during this event ahead of the first-ever Cannonball 2000 event on September 5 to 9.
The website of the charity, Dreams Come True, is at dctc.org.uk. Before Cannonball owners begin their 2,000-mile journey for five days from London to Paris, via Barcelona, Monte Carlo and Milan. A variety of models will be displayed for the Dreams Come True children and their families a few weeks before the Cannonball event.
The public will be able to get a view of the cars at the ‘Cannonball 2000 Dreams Come True James Bond event’. This will be open to members of the public on Beaulieu Motor Museum on July 29. Among the new cars that come from the Cannonballers are a Maserati Gran Cabrio, Ferrari 458 Italia, Ferrari California and an Aston Martin DB9, as well as the different cars used by James Bond in its films.
Model Katie Green and her partner Nathan will have to prepare for their new tasks to teach kids about stunt driving, car chases and film sequences. Green and Nathan will then make an appearance on board the Aston Martin DB9 together with Dreams Come True supporters TV presenter Melissa Porter and model, muse and TV presenter Hofit Golan.
This charity, which was chosen by Cannonball, aids children from 2 to 21 with a critical and long-term illness by making the children experience memories that could be shared with loved ones and friends. A portion of Cannonball 2000’s fee is sent directly to Dreams Come True. At Beaulieu, they would have to give children the chance to closely look at prestige and vintage cars.