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BOSS Charity Golf Day Raises nearly 12,000 pounds

BOSS Charity Golf Day Raises nearly 12,000 pounds back to list

26 June 2019

BOSS Charity Golf Day Raises nearly £12,000

This year's BOSS Charity Golf Day raised around £12,000 thanks to a new venue (the Belton Woods resort in Lincolnshire) and great support from sponsors and attendees.

As many as 24 teams entered the golf competition, while a full complement of attendees also spent the day enjoying the luxurious spa facilities, as well as an inspiring talk by new BOSS CEO Amy Hutchinson on her career so far and the women that have influenced it.

Despite prospects of uncertain weather, the sun (mainly) shone on those playing outdoors on the beautiful Lakes Course, with one team extending their time outside by trying out the first few holes of the resort's other course... before realising their error and heading to the first tee of the Lakes Course.

The day concluded with drinks and an excellent buffet dinner. This year's golf competition organiser Phil Wesolowski (MD, Staedtler) then explained the thinking behind the day's new formula, thanked the sponsors and all those involved, and praised the many years of excellent work done on this event by his predecessors Stanley Vaughan and Mike Gowen.

Event organiser, Charity Chairman Graeme Chapman MBE, then took the microphone for the traditional auction. Phil Wesolowski then presented the prizes for the golf competitions:

• Putting Competition: Paul Hardy (Fellowes)
• Longest Drive: Richard Hobb (Fellowes)
• Nearest The Pin Competition: Steve Manley (Universal Office)
• Individual Competition: Dave Bryce (Fellowes, winner); Rob Harradine (Ui-ball, runner up)
• Team Competition: Fellowes 1 (winners); Hamelin (runners up)
• "Beat The Pro" Competition: 13 golfers managed to beat the club's professional on hole 11
• "Should Have Gone To Specsavers" Award: Hamelin

Graeme closed the event by thanking its key sponsors (VOW Wholesale, Office Power, Fellowes and Newell) plus all of the golf hole sponsors and the donators of the splendid prizes.

Lastly, he acknowledged all the hard work done by Phil Wesolowski, Liz Whyte, Frances Stephen, Martin Wilde, Sara Bennett, Marie Challis and Nigel Mitchell, and looked forward to seeing everyone again in 2020.

For further information please contact:
Liz Whyte
Liz Whyte
01924 203 338
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