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Ingleton Wood’s annual football tournament raises money for St Elizabeth Hospice

PUBLISHED: 10:29 25 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:26 25 June 2018

Property and construction consultancy Ingleton Wood arranged a football tournament, between local companies, in Ipswich which raised £1,000 for St Elizabeth Hospice.

Property and construction consultancy Ingleton Wood arranged a football tournament, between local companies, in Ipswich which raised £1,000 for St Elizabeth Hospice.

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Ingleton wood charity football tournament raises £1,000 for St Elizabeth hospice.

Property and construction consultancy Ingleton Wood arranged a football tournament, between local companies, in Ipswich which raised £1,000 for St Elizabeth Hospice.Property and construction consultancy Ingleton Wood arranged a football tournament, between local companies, in Ipswich which raised £1,000 for St Elizabeth Hospice.

A property and construction consultancy has helped raise vital funds for those living with a progressive or terminal illness after hosting its annual charity football tournament.

Ingleton Wood recently united fans of the beautiful game in support of St Elizabeth Hospice in Ipswich.

Ten teams from nearby businesses played in the tournament, held at Rushmere Sports Club and raised a total of £1,000.

Among them were roof manufacturer Bauder, construction firm Beardwell, building contractors Rose Builders, Conrad Consulting, RG Carter builders, Ensors, Scrutton Bland and law firm Prettys.

In the final, Beardwell Construction tied 1-1 with Ensors beating them on penalties to lift the trophy.

David Cresswell, partner at Ingleton Wood said: “We are delighted to have hosted another successful football tournament for St Elizabeth Hospice which provides such vital support for people and their families when they need it most.”Jazmin Peach, corporate fundraiser at St Elizabeth Hospice, said: “We’re extremely grateful to Ingleton Wood for their support, not only through this tournament but for their ongoing fundraising for us over the last four years.

“It was a brilliant fun -filled event and it’s great knowing that the money raised will remain in the area to help local people needing palliative and end of life care.”

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