Nearly 50 golfers teed off for a great cause and raised £4,750 for youth homelessness charity St Basils at Wolverhampton logistics firm Pallet-Track’s annual golf day.
The 15th staging of the event took place in scorching conditions at Morley Hayes Golf Club in Derbyshire on Tuesday (September 7), after an enforced year off due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The day featured 47 golfers from 12 teams, made up of colleagues from Pallet-Track’s headquarters, its network members and partner organisations.
Taking the honours on the day were The Mockney Cockneys, with golfers Peter Eason, Russell Newman, Syed Ziaullah and Ashley Grace from Pallet-Track’s London member ELB Partners and Northampton and Milton Keynes member Action Express.
This year’s runners-up were Allports and its golfers Paul Sanders, Graeme Wilson, Gary Swan and Paul Reading, with SSO Logistics taking third with golfers Peter Draper, Neil Draper, Richard Bison and John Fearn.
As with all its fundraising activities in 2021, the day was held in support of Pallet-Track’s nominated charity, St Basils.
St Basils is based in Digbeth, Birmingham and is one of the UK’s leading charities working to support young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
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