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Gedney Hill's charity golf day gives St Barnabas Hospice a £1,000-plus boost




Veteran golfer Terry Grantham (88) is celebrating the success of his 10th St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice charity golf day at Gedney Hill.

Businesses, including Morrisons, Glenside Nurseries, Hers n Sirs, Graytones Printers, Terry’s pals and 50 golfers supported the day - and a fantastic £1,085 was raised for the charity’s hospice at home service.

Terry has thanked all involved in making the fundraising a success, including club owner Charlie Britten and club professional Kerr Page.

Library Picture: Pictured at last year's charity golf day are, from left, back - George Lindley, Nigel Lindley, Charlie Kearns, Rob McCormick, Terry Grantham, Bob Townsend; front - Doreen Davies, club owner Charlie Britten and Irene Gray. Photo (TIM WILSON): 240618107SG
Library Picture: Pictured at last year's charity golf day are, from left, back - George Lindley, Nigel Lindley, Charlie Kearns, Rob McCormick, Terry Grantham, Bob Townsend; front - Doreen Davies, club owner Charlie Britten and Irene Gray. Photo (TIM WILSON): 240618107SG

The old stager is glad he made it to the tenth tournament having put up with leg-pulls about not lasting the course.

He now has his sights set on the 11th.

Terry said: "It's just a friendly day with a lot of friendly, generous people."

Results were: 1 J G Saints 104pts; 2 Undertakers 100pts and 3 Flower Pot Men 99pts.

Nearest the pin prizes went to Colin Rust, Mark Wilson, A Irvine and Rob Newns.

Previously ...

Terry's 10th annual golf tournament at Gedney Hill

Sign up now to tee off at Gedney Hill fundraiser for St Barnabas Hospice

Ninth annual golf day is a hit for hospice



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