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Lady Taverners Charity Golf Day

Pictured is Harold Kaye, David Ellison, Yvonne Wood, Leslie Schofield, Di Everitt, Ian Blakey and Sam Baines.

Pictured is Harold Kaye, David Ellison, Yvonne Wood, Leslie Schofield, Di Everitt, Ian Blakey and Sam Baines.

The Lincolnshire Lady Taverners held their ninth annual golf day at Kenwick Park Golf Club.

This charity supports sporting and recreational activities for both disadvantaged young people and those with special needs, by supplying specially adapted sports wheelchairs specially adapted minibuses, play and sensory equipment.

Despite torrential rain at times, the 23 teams of four did not let this dampen their spirits as they headed for the halfway house where the ladies were waiting with sausage buns and drinks to fortify them for the back nine which took them ever closer to a hot shower and a delicious meal in the clubhouse.

Actor Leslie Schofield, best known for his role as Jeff Healy in Eastenders between 1997 and 2000 played in the event and assisted Yvonne Wood, chairman of the Lincolnshire Lady Taverners with the prize giving.

The Eurovision team of Ian Blakey, Harold Kaye, Sam Baines and David Ellison won with 91 points and then very kindly made an additional donation of £100 to the charity. Swags and Tail - Phil Morris, Steve Mager, Nick Cutsforth and John Rea came second with 85. The Mighty Quinns - Roger Goldsmith, Grahame Ward, Robin Horseman, and Ann Walker were third with 80. The Brownies Babes of Maria Brown, Lesley Walmsley, Anne Gardiner and Noreen Bradford were placed fourth with 78.

The final fifth priize went to Jamo’s Gems - Clive and Carol James playing with Simon and Di Lidgard who scored 77. Tracey Stobart, Robin Horseman, Maria Brown and Roger Markham won the four nearest the pin prizes.

Yvonne Wood, chairman of the Lincolnshire Lady Taverners, said: “We like to spend the money raised from events like this locally.

“Recently we purchased a sporting wheelchair for a young man with cerebral palsy and this has changed his life giving him chance to participate in sport as well as boosting his confidence and self esteem.

“If any local school or group believes they would benefit, please apply online at www.lordstaverners.org.”

 

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