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Tee time in Hunstanton

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Mike Grammer watches his ball disappear into the mist after teeing off.  Watching behind, from left  playing partner, Wayne Proctor, Duke of Edinburgh Award committee member, Trevor Forecast and organiser Dennis Barter ANL-140304-084404001

HUNSTANTON CHARITY GOLF Mike Grammer watches his ball disappear into the mist after teeing off. Watching behind, from left playing partner, Wayne Proctor, Duke of Edinburgh Award committee member, Trevor Forecast and organiser Dennis Barter ANL-140304-084404001

Hunstanton Golf Club joined with King’s Lynn Golf Club to host the annual Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in West Norfolk Golf Tournament.

More than 90 golfers, a record number, played over the two days helping raise funds for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in West Norfolk.

These funds contribute towards the training and expedition costs for young people in the area.

This year has seen 50 young people signing on for the Gold Award in September 2013, a high number for West Norfolk.

At the presentation dinner, held at Hunstanton last Wednesday, Rosalie Monbiot, chairwoman of the committee for the award in West Norfolk, thanked organisers Marilyn and Dennis Barter and their team for organising the event and also those who donated prizes and the players themselves who had made the tournament so successful. More than £6,000 was raised over the two days.

The picture shows Mike Grammer teeing off in the mist at Hunstanton with playing partner Wayne Proctor, DoE Award committee member Trevor Forecast and organiser Dennis Barter

 
 
 

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