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Hit a hole-in-one and win a £15,000 car at hospice charity golf day

PUBLISHED: 08:28 13 September 2018

Morgan Sindall Group is sponsoring the East Coast Hospice golf day
Picture: East Coast Hospice

Morgan Sindall Group is sponsoring the East Coast Hospice golf day Picture: East Coast Hospice

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Golfers are being offered the chance to win a £15,000 car if they hit a hole-in-one on a selected hole at a charity event.

A call has gone out for teams to take part in charity golf day at Gorleston Golf Club for East Coast Hospice on Friday September 28.

The event is sponsored by the Morgan Sindall Group and Robinsons Volkswagen Lowestoft have shown their support by offering a £15,000 Polo car for a hole-in-one on a selected par 3 hole.

Morgan Sindall general manager Saul Humphrey said his company was proud to support the inspirational charity and help it with its plans to build Margaret Chadd House for the people of Great Yarmouth and Waveney.

The day will end with a carvery dinner and dessert and a charity auction featuring a chance to bid for a private three-day yacht charter around Majorca.

Hole sponsors and donations for the auction are welcome. To register call 01493 718707.

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