Successful charity golf day at Weston

Rotary golf day winners.

Rotary golf day winners. - Credit: Archant

Weston Rotary Club held another successful charity golf day at Weston Golf Club.

WESTON Rotary Club held their 19th annual charity golf day at Weston Golf Club.

Forty-eight teams of mainly local businesses competed and with the course in great condition, the scoring was very high and close at the top.

The winners were the Weston Electrical Services team captained by John Rogers with 96 points, just beating BWOC, captained by Steve Corrick, also with 96.

When all the money is received, more than £10,000 will have been made on the day, making over £170,000 raised for charity by this event since 1997. The prize giving was conducted by Weston captain Scott McKechnie and Weston Rotary president Gordon Fozzard.


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Fozzard presented cheques of £1,200 each to Winter Warmth, a Weston-based group providing meals seven evenings a week every winter and the Mayor’s chosen charity this year, SSAFA Forces Help WsM, who provide lifelong support to all regular and reserve forces and their families, and Western Active Stroke Group, which seeks to help people with their physical and social rehabilitation following a stroke.

Also, £1,000 was presented to the local branch of Cancer Research. The balance will be donated to other mainly local charities as needs arise.

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All the tees and greens were fully sponsored and Fozzard said: “I must thank all the players and local businesses and organisations for their tremendous support in making this day so successful, particularly our main sponsor this year Santander.

Also, the members of Weston Rotary Club and West Woodspring Inner Wheel for all the hard work of organising and running the event, especially committee chairman James Robertson and his wife Aileen.”

For more information about Rotary activities and membership see www.westonrotaryclub.org.uk and www.facebook.com/westonrotaryclub or telephone secretary Bernard Land on 07970 184301.

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