GOLF DAY RAISES £1,100 FOR LOCAL CHARITY

Published 7 October 2016

Teams from businesses across Norfolk helped to raise more than £1,000 for a local charity at a golf day organised by Norfolk property services firm Arnolds Keys.

A team led by Bawburgh Golf Club managing director Robert Barnard took the trophy, with accountants Price Bailey taking second place and Ashtons Legal coming in third.

The event – the third year that Arnolds Keys has run it – was raising money for the firm’s chosen charity for 2016, Norwich Mind.

Phil Cooper, associate at Arnolds Keys, and a member of its charity committee, said, “We are very grateful to the generosity of those who supported the golf day, and we are delighted to have raised such a sum for Norwich Mind.  The charity does such important work to help and support people with mental health issues in the county, and events like these help raise awareness of what they do, as well as raising much-needed funds.”

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