Rotary club’s charity golf day raises £5,000 for good causes
- Credit: Simon Ballard
Teams from all over the county enjoyed a day’s golf in aid of four charities.
The Rotary Club of Woodbridge organised and promoted the event at Woodbridge Golf Club, with proceeds going to Riding for the Disabled (Hollesley Group), Macmillan Nurses, Home-Start East Ipswich and Coastal, and the Seckford Foundation Springboard.
Woodbridge Golf Club kindly hosted the day – a considerable contribution given the club’s popularity during peak season.
Woodbridge captains Rita Bird and Joe Malone presented a cheque, along with the rotary club’s David Houchell and golf club secretary Sean Clark, to Chris Leggett from Riding for the Disabled, Diane Milan from Home-Start and Margaret Featherston from Macmillan Nurses.
Mr Houchell thanked the golf club, as well as Woodbridge School and all sponsors and volunteers that gave time and cash to make the day a success.
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The overall winner on the day was the team from Park Properties.
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