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Redstor raise

Redstor raise

posted in Redstor ● 12 Nov 2013

Redstor hosted their second annual golf day at Windlesham Golf Club, inviting over 60 customers and partners to enjoy a day of golf at one of the finest courses in Surrey. A friendly atmosphere dominated the day and prizes were up for grabs, the non golfers amongst us were not excluded as lessons were on offer, of which these were eagerly taken up.

Following a fantastic day of golf and good food, the day was concluded with a charity auction to raise money for two separate charities, one of which was Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice. Generously, Paul Evans and Tony Ruane matched the donations by attendees enabling £1300 to be donated.Stuart Williams from Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice kindly took the time to write a letter to Redstor to thank us for our donation and explain that the money raised will pay for a Hospice Care at Home nurse for a whole month, enabling them to provide essential support, pain relief and comfort for their patients. Only 12% of the hospice’s costs are covered by the NHS and so they rely heavily on support and donations by others. Redstorare honoured to be able to help those in need and are delighted to see that the money raised from our event is going to an amazing cause.A huge ‘thank you’ goes out to all our Golf Day attendees who donated so generously.

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