56 players enjoyed an 18 hole round of golf followed by a two course buffet lunch at Henley Golf Club on Wed this week for the 7th annual Golf Day in aid of the Chiltern Centre for Disabled Children.
There was ladies, mens and mixed teams and the event was a Stableford competition. The winning team were John Fraser, John Kernick, Christopher Reeves and David Kirk.
There was a raffle, heads and tails game and a live auction conducted by Chair of Trustees of the Chiltern Centre, Paul Barrett. Live auction items were a dinner, bed and breakfast in a river suite at Hotel du Vin, Henley , a 2 hour self drive boat hire for 12 people provided by Jonathan Hobbs of Hobbs of Henley, Jasmins tea party, afternoon tea with an Indian Twist for four at the Spice Merchant and an 18 hole round of golf at Hennerton Golf club with a golf lesson.
The event was sponsored by Coditex Electronics Ltd and the charity would also like to thank Hennerton, Caversham Heath and Badgemore Golf Clubs, the Spice Merchant, Dorata Hair Salon, The Maltsters Arms, Wyevale Garden Centre, Brakspears, Robins Nest Art and Gift gallery, Wargrave and Mark Howell at Henley Golf Club.
Emma Lerche-Thomsen who helped organise the event along with Harriet Barcella and Liz Deacon of the Chiltern Centre and Muriel Quinsac of Henley Golf Club, said “It was a truly wonderful day. I’m so grateful for all the teams for playing and for their generosity and our local businesses in helping us raise over £3,000 for the Chiltern Centre. On behalf of the families and young people at the Centre, I wish you a warm thank you.”