charity golf day raises £2,000
Published 21 October 2015
Around £2,000 was raised for Break when 20 professional firms took part in a golf day at Bawburgh Golf Club organised by Arnolds Keys, which has adopted the children’s charity as the beneficiary of all its fundraising in 2015.
The winning team (pictured) was from law firm Ashton KCJ, with a team from Bawburgh golf club coming second, and Dingles Toyota third.
The golf day was one of a number of fundraising initiatives organised by Arnolds Keys staff throughout the year. The Arnolds Keys Sports Challenge, which involves a dozen city professional firms in a series of sporting challenges, comes to a conclusion next month.
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