It was a bright and sunny day for the event which raised the spirit and competitive edge of all involved. The matches involved four-ball pairings based on handicap and everyone’s ability. Particular thanks to Julian Spence from Blandy & Blandy LLP who partnered Imran v Surveyors- Kevin Cook (Vail Williams) and Richard Duncan (Chaneys).
Also, Russell May of Boyes Turner who partnered Emma v Surveyors- Fiona Brownfoot (Hicks Baker) and Henry Bellamy-Rosser (Sharps Commercial).
The day was finished with a dinner where prizes were given for various achievements, and the highlight of the event was of course our very own Emma who won the “longest drive” prize on the 18th and final hole.
A total of over £500 was raised for the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service which is based in Berkshire and supports children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions-and their families- throughout the area. The Charity works in partnership with families and local hospitals so that they can provide 'joined-up' support that really benefits each and every family.
They now fund Alexander's Nurses who support families across Berkshire in their own homes, providing much needed respite, palliative care, emotional and practical support. They are working towards building Berkshire's very own children's hospice for these local families which will be supported by a home care team.