Golfing enthusiasts raised £4,000 for local charity - the Sue Ryder Hospice - at the North Cotswold Rotary Club annual golf day, which was sponsored by Brio Retirement Living.

The event – a key date in the calendar - celebrated its 25th anniversary of the annual charity golf day which brought players from across the area, all in aid of the Sue Ryder Hospice at Leckhampton Court Hospice in Cheltenham.

Brio Retirement Living, which has its age-exclusive Beechwood Park development at Stow-on-the-Wold, was the main corporate sponsor of the silver anniversary charity golf day, which saw more than 60 golfers taking part on the scenic course and raised £4,000 for the charity.

Karl Hallows, Director of Operations at Brio Retirement Living said: “At Places for People, one of our main aims is putting People First and supporting the communities where we deliver homes. As part of our three year corporate sponsorship agreement with North Cotswold Rotary, we were delighted to get involved and support their 25th anniversary golf event especially as the golfers raised funds for a charity close to their heart – the Sue Ryder Hospice.

“The team at Brio Retirement Living wanted to be part of making this year’s charity golf day an extra special occasion after months of lockdown as the pandemic has impacted everyone’s lives and plans.”

Peter Boxall from North Cotswold Rotary Club said “We would like to thank Brio Retirement Living for their continued support and for sponsoring our annual golf event.

“It was great to see the golfers tee off at our silver anniversary event, especially as we raised more than £4,000 for the Sue Ryder Hospice. Thanks also go to all the golfers who took part and made the event so successful. We look forward to working with Brio Retirement Living on future events.”

North Cotswolds Rotary was established in 1965 and its membership covers Northleach, Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh.  

Fifteen teams took part in the four-ball Stableford tournament, with the Brio trophy awarded to the winning team - Keith Prout, Ade Basset, Connor O’Driscoll and Andy Hilder. 

Brio Retirement Living’s Beechwood Park is a unique community of age-exclusive one, two and three-bedroom bungalows and apartments located in the pretty market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. The new development also has a range of facilities including a wellness suite, fitness studio, its exclusive Slate & Grain brasserie and bar, a community hub, hobby room and much more.

For more information about a range of one, two and three-bedroom homes that are available to rent, buy or part buy, part rent, please contact a member of our sales team on 07435 995071. 

 

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