The region’s leading health club held its annual charity golf day which raised money for the Bristol & Weston Hospitals Charity and in particular the Bristol Royal Infirmary.

Organised by theclub at Cadbury House, the event took place on June 28th at the Mendip Springs Golf Club where 14 teams of four players pitted their golfing skills against each other to claim what has become one of the most sought-after golf titles in the area.

With the majority of teams coming from businesses located in North Somerset, Jason Eaton and Craig Young, who organised the event, were delighted with the number of entrants some of whom were returning from previous tournaments.

The day was also very poignant for the health club team as it was in memory of one of their colleagues, Mark Wilmott, who sadly passed away earlier in the year and who was cared for at the BRI.

Jason said: “It’s a great way for local businesses to get together in an informal setting while enjoying a great day’s golf.

“It also helps raise some money for a great local charity and we’re delighted to help out the BRI this year which is particularly appropriate for us this year. It’s also a great way for us to remember Mark who was a much-loved member of the team at Cadbury House.

“We managed to raise over £2,000 this year with more donations still coming in and is a great amount which we will now go towards the wonderful work all those at the BRI are involved in.”