Charity golf day a great success
MAY I through The Crow thank everyone who contributed to making my recent charity golf day such a success. The event took place at the Barkway Park Golf Couse and raised £1,600 for my mayoral charity, the Garden House Hospice. My special thanks go to ever
MAY I through The Crow thank everyone who contributed to making my recent charity golf day such a success.
The event took place at the Barkway Park Golf Couse and raised £1,600 for my mayoral charity, the Garden House Hospice.
My special thanks go to everyone at Barkway Park Golf Club for being excellent hosts; Tony Hunter, Fiona Hill, Bill Davidson and Graham Palmer for all their hard work before the event and on the day and the following organisations and individuals without whose generosity the event could not have taken place:
ABA Consultants; Ashlea Tandoori; Barbara's Flowers; Beautiful Balloons; Class Cut by Carlo; Dhesi Minimarket; Dysons Menswear; Essential Beauty; Folknoll Group; John R Ford & Sons; Gerry's Mobile Ices; Hales Printers; Hamleys; Mrs Doreen Hutson; Imperial War Museum Duxford; Jewsons; Johnson Matthey; Cllr Rod Kennedy; Ladds; Longcrofts Transport Services; Marshalls Estate & Letting Agency; Merlin Mica; NB Business Services; NPK Holdings; Pizza Palazzo; Pam Robinson; Royston Conservative Club; Ryans; Spicer Furniture; Sports Kit; Tesco; The Lotus House; The Shop on the Corner; The Stationery Cupboard; The Thai Rack Glasshouse; TTP Group; VB Trophies; WKH; Whaddon Golf Club.
Lastly, and by no means least, my thanks to all those who entered teams and their team members.
Without the support of these generous people, the Mayor's Charity Golf Day would not continue to be such a successful fund-raising event.
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Cllr PAUL GRIMES
Mayor of Royston