Getting in the swing

PUBLISHED: 14:11 04 October 2007 | UPDATED: 15:16 12 May 2010

Cllr Peter Lill leads the way at the start of his Royston mayor’s charity golf day at Barkway Park Golf Club – Pic: Daniel Wilson 2595DW22

Cllr Peter Lill leads the way at the start of his Royston mayor’s charity golf day at Barkway Park Golf Club – Pic: Daniel Wilson 2595DW22

ROYSTON S mayor Cllr Peter Lill hopes to have raised more than £2,500 from his charity golf day on Friday. Some 19 teams turned out at ­Barkway Park Golf Club to support the mayor in this annual event. The weather was horrendous, said Cllr Lill. I thin

ROYSTON'S mayor Cllr Peter Lill hopes to have raised more than £2,500 from his charity golf day on Friday.

Some 19 teams turned out at ­Barkway Park Golf Club to support the mayor in this annual event.

"The weather was horrendous," said Cllr Lill. "I think it was the worst day of the year with the weather, but everyone came out to support the mayor's charity.

"In spite of the weather it was really worthwhile," he said.

Cllr Lill is raising money during his mayoral year for the Royston Speakout Stroke Club at the Old Barn in Royston, and the Lewin Stroke and Rehabilitation Unit at Addenbrooke's hospital.


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