Patshull Park Golf Day raises £4,000 for Cure Leukaemia

30th October 2013

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Patshull Park Hotel, Golf and Country Club raised over £4,000 for Cure Leukaemia earlier this year, funds which will leverage over £40,000 of drugs to give leukaemia patients access to potentially life-saving treatments.

Situated in the beautiful Shropshire countryside, Patshull Golf course, designed by the legendary John Jacobs, was the venue for a fundraising golf day organised by Head Greenkeeper Malcolm Mitchell. 150 golfers took to the course on a beautiful summer's afternoon with members Bill Bird and Terry Pardoe winning the competition. 

Malcolm chose Cure Leukaemia for personal reasons and was delighted with the event and intends to hold another next year:

"It was a fantastic occasion and I was delighted we could raise such a great amount for Cure Leukaemia. The work they are doing to combat this terrible disease is ground-breaking and we were delighted to do our bit to help. I would like to thank our General Manager Stephen Kimbell for allowing us to use the Golf Course and facilities, our host of event sponsors for being so generous on the day and of course the competitors themselves who made the event such a memorable one. I look forward to organising the 2014 event and hopefully we can raise even more funds for Cure Leukaemia."

For more information about Patshull Park Hotel, Golf and Country Club please visit the website:

http://www.patshull-park.co.uk

If you would like to raise money for Cure Leukaemia with an event of your own please contact us via info@cureleukaemia.co.uk or call 0121 236 9202.


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