Bassingbourn Golf Club donate �500 to Meldreth Manor
Pupils hopeful of attending 2012 Paralympics in London
CHILDREN from Meldreth Manor Scope School are a step closer to being given the opportunity to attend the 2012 London Paralympics thanks to Bassingbourn Golf Club.
Councillor Linda Oliver presented a cheque for �500 to principal Roger Gale on Saturday, which was the sum raised from the golf club’s Captain’s Day held earlier this year.
Meldreth Manor is a school for disabled children which specialises in providing bespoke education, care and support for its pupils and their families.
Mr Gale was delighted with the kind donation and said: “Thank you once again for the money raised by the club and also for the hospitality on Saturday – it was good to be part of something really positive in the community.”
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Cllr Oliver also presented the prizes for the Club Winners Trophy and Captains Prize organised by competitions secretary, Richard Jones.
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