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Charity Golf Day in aid of Disabled Veterans

A charity Golf Day is being held in aid of Worthing-based charity, Care for Veterans, at Ham Manor Golf Club on Wednesday 9 September.

With the majority of events either cancelled or postponed, Care for Veterans has lost a vital source of income. The Golf Day is one event that can take place as participants can socially-distance safely.

The Harry Colt designed course at Ham Manor Golf Club, Angmering is set in beautiful parkland, so golfers can enjoy the stunning views and fresh air as they play through each hole.

Care for Veterans’ Senior Fundraiser, Christine Gillott, said,

“We are extremely grateful to Ham Manor Golf Club for hosting this golf day again for us. Following the popularity of last year’s event, it promises to be a fabulous day with lots of good golf in beautiful surroundings. All those who participate will be helping us raise vital funds, so that we may continue to provide our first-class and award-winning care to our veterans, many of whom are facing the toughest battle of their lives.” 

A team of four costs £300 and includes coffee and bacon rolls on arrival, 18 holes of golf (shotgun start), a two course meal in the historic manor house, followed by a prize giving and auction. Teams can be all male, all female or mixed. For more information, or to register a team, call Care for Veterans on 01903 218444 or visit www.careforveterans.org.uk

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