Join us at the Sol Distribution Charity Golf Day 13th October 2021
On Wednesday 13th October 2021 Sol Distribution are inviting our valued partners join us at the picturesque Oswestry Golf Club in the Shropshire countryside for our first Charity Golf Day.
Four-ball teams will tee off from 11am after breakfast rolls and tea/coffee, where they will enjoy 18 holes on the impressive course. From 4pm onwards and into the evening there will be food and drinks in the clubhouse, along with presentation of prizes for the golf tournament and the charity raffle. Non-golfers are welcome to join us for this part of the day.
In addition to all this, there will be prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, nearest the pin and longest drive, as well as a beer tent on the 10th tee, with all proceeds going to charity so this will be an event not to be missed!
The event is free to attend, but there will be a raffle in aid of our charity The Movement Centre and all donations will be gratefully received.
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About Oswestry Golf Club
Set in mature parkland, the course is well suited to players of all abilities, it was designed by James Braid, who is renowned for his two-tier greens. Find out more about the course here: https://www.oswestrygolfclub.co.uk/course/
The Clubhouse was opened in 2009 and combines the best of a traditional golf club atmosphere and welcome with all the modern facilities expected by today’s golfers. Both bar and restaurant have panoramic views over the course and there is always something new to see with the ever-changing seasonal vista.
About The Movement Centre
Based at The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, which is located just outside Oswestry, The Movement Centre is a UK charity and specialist treatment centre dedicated to supporting children and their families living with movement disabilities.
They have a small but dedicated team who work closely with families to provide specialist therapy to help children gain movement control. This therapy can enable children to develop new skills and become far more independent. This can have a huge impact on their life. It can also make a big difference to the lives of their family and friends.
As a charity, The Movement Centre relies on the kind support of donors and fundraisers. It would be impossible for them to continue their work without them. If you are interested in finding out more about Targeted Training therapy or how to support the work of The Movement Centre, please visit their website at www.the-movement-centre.co.uk
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