GOLF CLUB PLAN NHS FUND RAISING DAY
NHS Golf Day
Members Only
Diary Event

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Gorleston Golf Club, whose course is the most easterly in the country, are planning a fund raising day to support the James Paget University Hospital their local NHS provider. The course is most picturesque and runs along the South Norfolk cliffs overlooking the sea.

Previous Club Captain, Glen Harman, put this idea forward and the suggestion met with the full support of the Management Committee at their recent SKYPE meeting.

The Competition, COVID19 restrictions permitting, will be held in the late summer. Teams of four will play a Texas Scramble format with companies sponsoring holes et cetera. The competition will be open to all and depending on support we may be able to have two competitions run on one day said Glen who will be heading the organisation of the event. Glen added that it was his friend Dan Blatchford who had originally approached him with the idea of an NHS fundraiser at the Golf Club.

Mark Everard, a Director of Ovamill, and also a previous Club Captain has said the Company is delighted to pledge financial support for the day.

Gorleston is a progressive and inclusive Golf Club and at their AGM in February Penny Platten became its first woman to be Club President in the 116 years since it was established. Penny said, we are delighted to hold this event; it is a super idea and we hope to raise a significant amount for those putting their lives on the line in this pandemic. It is wonderful to be involved in this positive initiative at this time and we are very grateful to Glen for contacting us with this exciting proposal.

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