The South West premiere of the latest James Bond film will support the work of the real-life heroes of Cornwall Air Ambulance.
On Thursday 30 September, the red carpet will be rolled out at the Vue Cinema in Plymouth for the much-anticipated release of ‘No Time to Die’, which sees Daniel Craig feature as 007 for the last time.
The event, hosted by Aston Martin Owners Club, is raising money to help fund lifesaving missions across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Guests will have the chance to look at an array of Aston Martins on display and enjoy a drinks reception before the film screening.Ray Perry, Aston Martin Owners Club representative, said: “Aston Martin Owners Club are delighted to support Cornwall Air Ambulance’s real-life heroes, who every day attend lifesaving missions across the county. It is a privilege to raise funds, while watching the latest Bond premiere and showcasing some of Bond’s favourite cars here in the South West.”
Tim Bunting, Chief Executive of Cornwall Air Ambulance, said: “As a charity, we rely on donations to keep the helicopter flying and saving lives. We are delighted to be supported at this exciting event.”