Organisers of the Swaffham Rotary Club’s annual golf day have presented the £4,000 raised at the event to their chosen charities.
Dozens of players took part in the popular fundraiser held at the Swaffham Golf Club last month.
And representatives of the Swaffham and Litcham Home Hospice and the Rotary movement’s End Polio Now campaign received their shares of the cash raised in a presentation at the town’s Assembly Rooms last Friday.
Rotary club president Jane Harding, left, and president-elect Denis Bishop, who led the organisation of the day alongside fellow Rotarian Ian Pilcher and club professional Alan Wright, are pictured making the presentations to Dorothy Pulsford-Harris, on behalf of End Polio Now, and Dr Ian Haczewski, from the hospice.
Preparations are already underway for the club’s 2015 golf day, which has been scheduled for Monday, July 6.
The event will raise funds for the East Anglia Children’s Hospices, of which the Duchess of Cambridge is patron.