A junior golf champion has raised more than £900 for Prospect Hospice in memory of his grandmother, with the help of more than 80 golfers pulling together to support their local hospice.
Three-time winner of Broome Manor Golf Club's Junior Championship, Freddie Titcombe, raised an amazing £910 for Prospect Hospice through a junior tournament he arranged last November. Freddie was joined by over 80 golfers who raised money through donated team entry fees, competitions, raffles and a cake sale. Local businesses, club members and their families all donated prizes.
Freddie chose to support Prospect Hospice in memory of his grandmother, Jenny Titcombe. "We're extremely proud of Freddie for how he's handled his junior captaincy and for organising the charity golf day in aid of Prospect Hospice," said Andrew Emanuel, Junior Organiser.
"Thanks so much, Freddie, for your fantastic work making it all happen," said Hollie Ricketts, Prospect Hospice’s Community Fundraiser. "Our thanks also go out to Andrew Emanuel, Lee Hayward and everyone who helped make the day such a great success."