It’s a cold and frosty morning here at Francis Tuthill’s Porsche Workshop in Wardington. All the doors are closed and the heaters are warming the workspaces while, outside, the cars await their turn indoors.
Wardington is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as part of the Cropredy manor of the Bishop of Lincoln. In the village stands Wardington Manor, which was built in the 16th century. The impressive village church dates even earlier, with a chancel from the 12th century.
The Tuthill family has been based in this part of Oxfordshire for many years. Our heritage has intertwined with the village and that of the Porsche 911 in the UK, to create a rural Porsche ‘complex’, serving as a one-stop-shop for the needs of all of our customers.
When one sees how other Porsche and Audi specialists work, bundled in amongst other grimy industrial units, struggling with limited parking and the uninspiring grind of a difficult location day in/day out, that’s when we count our blessings for being based here at Wardington. It really is a perfect place for Porsche.
To take in the views for yourself, why not call us now on 01295 750 514 and book a service, tracking check or corner balance session? We do everything here; all you have to is get in touch.