The golf event at Cheadle Golf Club, which is a staple in our annual fundraising calendar, was attended by 15 teams, made up of players from businesses across Greater Manchester.
Teams practiced their putting and sharpened their swing at the one-day event, whilst raising vital funds for St Ann’s during our 50th anniversary year.
This year, the winning team was led by George Hadden, who was presented with prizes for the team to mark their achievement. George, who has now taken part in the last three St Ann’s Golf Days.
I lost my partner to cancer and she spent the last remaining days of her life at a hospice and the staff were so kind and helpful. Therefore, I decided to try and help raise money for the hospice. The icing on the cake was that my team was victorious on the day. Once again a brilliant well organised day, enjoyed by all. George Hadden
We’re incredibly lucky to have such a wide range of dedicated, supportive businesses that help the hospice in so many ways. Our annual Golf Day is always a popular way of doing so, and we’re hugely grateful to all the teams who took part this year. The money raised at the Golf Day, and other events like it, is incredibly important to our sustainability. Support from local businesses helps us ensure we can continue providing care to patients and their loved ones. Rachel McMillan, Chief Executive of St Ann's