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Posted: Sat 30th Jul 2011

Wrexham Golf Day Raises £3800 For Charity for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Jul 30th, 2011

Pictured at contest winners DROS, left to right: Daniel Hunter, Roly Humphreys, Owain Bale, Stanley Roberts Trevor Roberts from Thermseal, Lady Captain, Captain of Wrexham Golf Club.

The recently held annual Wrexham Golf Day raised £3,800 for their local charity Nightingale House Hospice.

The Wrexham Golf Day has been running for 19 years and is organised by two local volunteers Anne and Selwyn Roberts and Wrexham Golf Club kindly gives use of their facilities.

The day included an 18 hole round of golf with players taking in the views from the course followed two course meal. First place and winner of the Thermseal Trophy was ‘DROS’, 2nd place was awarded to ‘Moth and Co’, 3rd to Sureexcel and 4th to R P Williams. The lady nearest the pin was Marlene Willetts and the gentleman nearest the pin was Richard Morgan.

Samantha Lee, Community and Events Fundraiser at Nightingale House Hospice said “It was an excellent day, the sun was shining and spirits were high. I would like to thank everybody for all of their hard work and commitment in ensuring that the event was the success that it was. Anne and Selwyn are a shining example of how the community can work with the hospice to run and co-ordinate events.”

If you have any fundraising ideas and or wish to register an event, please call Income Generation on 01978 414292 or visit

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