Golf club donates thousands to ambulance service

A Staffordshire golf club has presented a cheque worth thousands to an ambulance service after raising the substantial amount of money through club competitions and donations over the past few years.

The Manor Golf Club in Kingstone handed over a total of £4,300 to Uttoxeter St John’s Ambulance Service last week.

A spokesperson for the Manor Golf Club said: “On a wet and blustery afternoon at the Manor Golf Club, captains Dave Marr and Tina Bond were pleased to present a cheque for £4,300 to Trish Bennett of the Uttoxeter St John’s Ambulance Service.


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“After two years of struggling to raise money in club competitions and other events that were allowed to take place during the pandemic, the captains were pleased with the total amount raised and thankful of the support of the staff, members and visitors who helped towards the final total.”

Also present were vice-captain Marc Tudor, Bill Clare and Jon Mannion, District Manager of St John’s Ambulance Service.

The Manor Golf Club hosts a 6,092-yard course which was completed in 1991 and attains greens to a USGA standard.

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