Golf Day returns for another year
“We are hugely grateful to Rob, our sponsors and all the teams for supporting this continuously successful event."
Carol Sennett, Hospice Fundraiser
Also playing is the event’s lead organiser, Rob Hoskins, a long-term Alice House supporter who plays a key role in hosting these events, which have to date generated over £180,000 for Hospice patient care. This year’s sell-out event is on track to break the £200,000 barrier and Rob’s dedication has been celebrated by naming a room after him within the Hospice.
The event includes a 4 ball competition, followed by dinner and presentations, along with an auction and raffle. Amongst the prizes is a 1966 World Cup England shirt signed by the surviving players; this was donated and is expected to generate a substantial amount at auction.
Carol Sennett a Fundraiser at the Hospice said “We are hugely grateful to Rob, our sponsors and all the teams for supporting this continuously successful event. It is these kinds of events that help to ensure we can continue to provide our wide range of services to the local communities of Hartlepool and East Durham. On behalf of everyone at the Hospice, I’d like to convey our most sincere thanks.”