Golf competition organised by ancient institution raises money for charity (From Bromsgrove Advertiser)
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Golf competition organised by ancient institution raises money for charity
3:20pm Saturday 21st September 2013 in News
A GOLF competition organised by an ancient town institution has raised money for charity.
Members of the town’s Court Leet held the event at Bromsgrove Golf Centre.
The lord of the manor, Chris Bird, presented the winners with their prizes including the Bromsgrove Challenge Cup, a silver trophy which features the Bromsgrove Boar emblem.
The trophy was won by president John Weston, ahead of runners up John Rogers and Graham Boyles.
Other winners included Ros Weston, the winner of the women’s closest to the pin competition, and the winner of the men's version Adrian Powell.
The event raised £200 that is being split between this year’s bailiff’s chosen charities; Avoncroft Museum, St John's Church, Dodford Holiday Farm and the Primrose Hospice.
After the match players and their partners enjoyed a meal at the Court Leet pub.
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