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Former F1 star set to zoom into town to raise money for charity


Former racing driver Johnny Herbert is set to come to High Wycombe in aid of charity next month.
Scannappeal will host the F1 star on February 8 at Sytner High Wycombe, in London Road.
TV presenter Louise Goodman will talk to Johnny about his Formula One highlights and racing in other popular series including Le Mans 24hr and motorsport fans will get the chance to ask him questions following the interview.
Johnny said he was “thrilled” to be at the event, adding: “I am delighted to be supporting Scannappeal at this event and very much look forward to sharing many stories from career with you all on the night.”

Bucks-based Scannappeal provides medical equipment to hospitals around the county and money raised from the evening will go towards its three appeals.
The cancer fighting fund aims to raise £130,000 for equipment to treat patients with prostate, kidney and bladder cancers, the all heart appeal is raising £185,000 for two latest generation 3D scanners to diagnose and evaluate heart disease, and the eye see appeal which is raising money to buy five specialist machines for cataract surgery and more complex eye surgery, helping to improve and restore vision.
Tickets cost £25 and can be bought online at www.scannappeal.org.uk/events or by calling 01494 734161.
Source: Local Bucks