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The Review is delivered to homes in Burnham-on-Crouch, Southminster and Althorne and to businesses, doctors, dentists, pubs, garages, shops and holiday parks in Mayland, Tillingham, Asheldham, Bradwell, St. Lawrence, Steeple and Latchingdon.
Ladies Annual Golf Day
This year’s annual Ladies Golf Day took place on Thursday 13th October at Burnham Golf Club, Creeksea.
The day was dedicated to the Lady McAdden Trust, raising money for Breast Cancer Research. The Club had a pink golf buggy available and all money raised from the hire of the buggy was also donated.
The ladies started their day at 8.30am with a 18 hole course. During the day there were various fundraising events, including a raffle, guess the name of the teddy (won by Willy) and a bring and buy which was given by the Lady McAdden fundraising organisation.
The day’s events were organised by Jane Hull – Lady Chapman, everyone wore pink and the golfers who were blessed with sunshine also helped to celebrate one of their member’s birthdays.
Burnham Ladies Golf Club, have been raising money for Lady McAdden, a golfer who died from Cancer, for 14 years and have been supporting Breast Cancer Research for some 24 years.
All the money raised from Lady McAdden fundraising goes toward the Breast Cancer screening unit in Westcliff.