NOTTINGHAM CITY BUSINESS CLUB CHARITY GOLF DAY
Posted by: ncbcadmin | Oct 1
Eighteen teams representing various businesses and organisations in Nottingham took part in the event: Actons Solicitors, BEC Consulting, Buckles Law, CEMA, CYBG, Earl & Pelham, Foremost Security, Gas Container Services, GF Tomlinson, Jamieson Christie Wealth Management, John Pye Property, Quickswitch, SLR Consulting, Smellie Savage Computers, Shakespeare Martineau, Smith Cooper, Turner & Townsend and Woodhead Group.
Through a combination of sponsorship, a raffle and entry fees, the event also raised over £450. This will be added to the money being raised by the NCBC team taking part in the forthcoming CEO sleepout being organised by Notts County Football in the Community (NCFITC) to raise money for NCFITC as well as various homeless charities.
The Nottingham City Business Club Golf Day was first competed for in 1929 but stopped in 1982. It was re-introduced in 2011 and since then it has been won by teams from Turner & Townsend, UHY Hacker Young, CEMA, Sherwood Place Wealth Management, Towergate Risk Solutions and John Pye Property.
“Congratulations to the team from Jamieson Christie Wealth Management on winning and a big thank you to everyone who took part for making it such an enjoyable and for helping to raise money for charity too,” said Ian Roberts, president of Nottingham City Business Club.“
Other sponsors of the event were John Pye Property, Foremost Security, Jamieson Christie, CYBG, Turner & Townsend and raffle prizes were kindly donated by club sponsors Buckles; golf day sponsors Remus Uomo; Turner & Townsend; CEMA; SLR Consulting, GF Tomlinson, BEC Consultants and Smellie Savage Computers
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