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Golfers urged to join in Cromer golf charity day supporting Holt Youth Project

PUBLISHED: 14:26 03 June 2014 | UPDATED: 20:09 03 June 2014

Kevin Abbs - Calling for support for North Norfolk Rotary's golf day in aid of the Holt Youth Project.  Picture; KAREN BETHELL

Kevin Abbs - Calling for support for North Norfolk Rotary's golf day in aid of the Holt Youth Project. Picture; KAREN BETHELL


Golfers are being invited to support a Rotary-run event raising funds or the Holt Youth Project.

The third golf charity day to be held by North Norfolk Rotary is on Tuesday June 24.

Over the past three years the club’s efforts - through the golfing sessions and a trio of dinner dances - has raised about £20,000 for Youth Project funds.

Club spokesman Kevin Abbs said the funds were vital to deal with the increasing workload of the project which last year won a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.

Teams of four are still being sought for the day at Royal Cromer which costs £180 (£120 for Cromer members).

Prizes include a Nissan Micra for anyone getting a hole in one on the par three 9th.

Mr Abbs said the day was only possible through corporate sponsorship of holes and the support of the golf club.

Tee times run from 11am to 2.30pm. People can also just attend the after-match barbecue for £15 from about 5.30pm.

For more information contact or call 07795 175779.


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