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Golf day raises thousands for charity

PUBLISHED: 10:58 31 July 2017

Swaffham Golf Day winners Lenwade Electrical - Keith Wright, Tony Chambers, Ron Kent and Harold Nobb, recieving their prizes from Rotary President Bill Muir and Paul LeGrice, Abel Homes MD.

Swaffham Golf Day winners Lenwade Electrical - Keith Wright, Tony Chambers, Ron Kent and Harold Nobb, recieving their prizes from Rotary President Bill Muir and Paul LeGrice, Abel Homes MD.

Denis Bishop

A golf day has raised over £4000 for armed forces charity SSAFA, the East Anglian Air Ambulance and other Rotary good causes.

The event was held at Swaffham Golf Course with High Sheriff of Norfolk James Bagge representing SSAFA.

The money was raised by the golfers, sponsors, donations and guests.

The winning team was from Lenwade Electrical including Keith Wright, Tony Chambers, Ron Kent and Harold Nobb.

They received their prizes from Rotary President Bill Muir and Paul LeGrice, managing director of Abel Homes, the main sponsor.

Runners up were Abel Homes - Paul LeGrice, Rob Loudon, Andy Nicholls and Wilf Wright.

Third were the EAAA doctors and pilots - Luke Morgan, Victor Inynag, Chris Sherriff and Adam Chesters.

Swaffham Captain’s team was fourth - Ian Lake, Bob Woodwards, Keith Creed and Tom Grass.

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