The winners of CPBigwood’s celebrated annual charity golf day have handed over £3,300 – raised from the 2015 event – to two Midlands charities.
Swatkins Group Ltd, who supplied the original trophy 13 years earlier, won and as is traditional in the West Midlands’ charity golf day, they chose the charities to benefit. Swatkins’ team mates Paul Swatkins, Brett Huxley, Nik Revell and Cameron Corns elected to divide the money raised on the day between the Blue Cross Bromsgrove Rehoming Centre and Sunfield, the residential special school at Clent, near Stourbridge, which caters for children with complex learning needs.
Paul Swatkins (left) and Brett Huxley presented cheques to Caroline Holden-Coulman, corporate partnerships manager at Blue Cross and Georgina Forrest, partnership development manager at Sunfield Children’s Home with CPBigwood represented by CEO Rory Daly (right). The two charities each received a cheque for £1,658.91.
CPBigwood’s 2016 annual charity golf day will once again be at Edgbaston Golf Club on 28th September.