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#Woodford: Stars turn out for the unveiling of new Toyota C-HR

19 Oct #Woodford: Stars turn out for the unveiling of new Toyota C-HR

On Friday the 14th of October the Hills of Woodford Toyota were one of the first Toyota dealerships in the UK to exclusively display the All-New and upcoming Toyota C-HR car. To celebrate they held a snazzy event that included a glamorous fashion show with local designers at their showroom.

The venue was filled with over 200 people, which included press, bloggers, VIP guests, customers, general public and some familiar faces which included Paul Sullivan from The Apprentice, filmmaker Amar Adatia, actor Nathan Hector, Take Me Out’s Harry Berry & social media star Josh Clayden.


Actors Amar Adatia & Nathan Hector interviewed on arrival

On arrival to the venue guests were greeted with complimentary drinks and canapés. Entertainment on the night included a photo booth, magic by Darren Magic, DJ Liam B spinning some tunes and a glamorous fashion show.

Adam Ryan organiser of the event told us “The event went extremely well. Hills of Woodford Toyota are a fresh, innovative and creative business with a great vision. It was a pleasure to work with them. The synergy of local businesses working together worked really well.  Launching the new Toyota C-HR by driving it down the runway of a fashion was certainly eye catching and unique. The atmosphere was superb and lots of people who turned up want to know when the next event is. The buzz on social media has been brilliant and the anticipation for the release of the car has increased following the event. Well done team!”


Pictured: Adam Ryan & Beckie Finch

The fashion show displayed collections from Jun Qi, Melissa Obika, House Of Windsor, Twenty Six & House Of Windsor. The new Toyota C-HR was revealed by opening two sliding doors built into the set of the stage. It drove down the runway to close the fantastic show.

Funds were raised on the night for local charity Haven House Children’s Hospice by holding a raffle.


Apptentice star Paul Sullivan with Haven House Bear