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Making tee time pay for hospice charity golf day

Thank you: (l-r) Alison Toomey with Linden Homes’ Frazer Hopes, Brendan Blythe and Chris Roads

Thank you: (l-r) Alison Toomey with Linden Homes’ Frazer Hopes, Brendan Blythe and Chris Roads

We had woods and irons at the ready when our Midlands region teed off for its annual charity golf day.

A team made up largely of Linden Homes directors, plus staff from the company’s sub-contractors and suppliers, took to the fairway at Greetham Valley Golf Club.

The event, complete with raffle, added to our fundraising efforts for Peterborough’s Sue Ryder Appeal – which is looking to raise £6 million to transform the city’s palliative care hospice.

Thorpe Hall Hospice regional fundraiser Alison Toomey was invited to the golf day presentation to accept a £4,000 cheque from us for the appeal.

She said: “On behalf of the whole fundraising team, our huge thanks to Linden Homes for their support – we are immensely grateful to everyone involved for their efforts.”

So far this year, our Midlands region has staged a number of fundraising stunts for the appeal, including a company cricket match and Star Trek themed day at the Peterborough head office.

Linden Homes Midlands production manager Don Burley added: “The event was another huge success and apart from an excellent day’s golfing everyone taking part was delighted to help raise money for the Sue Ryder Appeal in Peterborough.”

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