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HOLE IN ONE FOR KEMP HOSPICE

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Date: 10/04/2017

Well-known solicitors, Painters, showed their support for KEMP Hospice this month by organising their sixth Annual Golf Day in support of the local charity. It took place on Friday 17th March at Kidderminster Golf Club and the day raised a record £1,721.

Will Painter, organiser of the event commented, “It’s a great afternoon where you can enjoy a game of golf with colleagues and friends followed by a buffet meal and charity raffle in the clubhouse afterwards.  This has now become an established event in our golfing calendar for many local businesses and it kick starts the golf season. ”
 
“Well done to everyone that was involved and we hope to do it all over again in 2018 so watch this space.”
 
Cathy Sloan, Head of Fundraising at KEMP Hospice added, “We’re really grateful to Painters Solicitors for organising such a fantastic event again this year and I would like to thank all the individuals golfers and businesses who gave up their time in support of KEMP.
 
“The money raised will go towards maintaining services at the hospice which cares for local people here in the Wyre Forest. As well as supporting those living with a life limiting illness, we also offer counselling for both adults and young people who are facing bereavement.  Our support is offered for the patient and their wider family and we could not provide our services without community support like this."
 
 
Results
  • 1st    83 pts   GNR   (Jim McKinley (16), Mike Brennan (11) & Neville Green (9))
  • 2nd   79 pts   BT Boys   (Paul Allsopp (12), Pete Harvey (14) & Mark Read (18))
  • 3rd   76 pts   Boing! Boing!   (Wayne Poulton (12), Martin Hatt (10) & Paul Mitchell (14)
The longest drive on the 9th  -  John Morse
Nearest the pin on the 5th  -   George Baylis
Nearest the pin on the 10th  -  Richard Mander
Nearest the pin on the 15th  -  Bill Styles