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Ingleton Wood golf day raises over £4,000 in aid of St Helena Hospice

PUBLISHED: 11:27 10 November 2017 | UPDATED: 11:36 10 November 2017

Ingleton Wood's business development co-ordinator Kat Isaac, team administrator Amanda Webber and associate architect Andrew Collett with St Helena Hospice's corporate fundraiser Lizzie Deed

Ingleton Wood's business development co-ordinator Kat Isaac, team administrator Amanda Webber and associate architect Andrew Collett with St Helena Hospice's corporate fundraiser Lizzie Deed

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Fundraisers were in full swing for a charity golf day that raised vital funds for those living with a progressive illness.

The annual event was organised by local property and construction consultancy Ingleton Wood in aid of St Helena Hospice in Colchester.

A total of 27 teams from local businesses teed up at Hintlesham Golf Club near Ipswich – raising £4,214.73

The day ended with a display of skills by trick shot specialist and professional at Hintlesham Golf Club Kevin Carpenter. There was also a dinner and raffle.

David Cresswell, partner at Ingleton Wood and a St Helena Hospice trustee, said: “St Helena Hospice provides vital support for people and their families when they need it most. It is an incredibly worthwhile cause and we are only too happy to do what we can to help.

“I would like to thank everyone who volunteered their time to help organise the event and make it such a success.

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