On tee for great fundraiser for village’s older residents

Tom Finnigan is pictured presenting �500 to Wragby age concern, Newton Close group chairman Margaret Clark. The money was raised by a charity golf day at Horncastle Golf Club, West Ashby. The course was donated free for the day by owner Sim Thind, pictured far left back row. Finnigans Fiddle team of The Adam and Eve Wragby played Horncastle members, also pictured front left Yvonne Blackburn, Age Concern secretary, back centre Dianne Ward, landlady of the Adam and Eve pub who supplied the meals for the golfers and Pauline Cooper, treasurer for Age Concern.

Tom Finnigan is pictured presenting �500 to Wragby age concern, Newton Close group chairman Margaret Clark. The money was raised by a charity golf day at Horncastle Golf Club, West Ashby. The course was donated free for the day by owner Sim Thind, pictured far left back row. Finnigans Fiddle team of The Adam and Eve Wragby played Horncastle members, also pictured front left Yvonne Blackburn, Age Concern secretary, back centre Dianne Ward, landlady of the Adam and Eve pub who supplied the meals for the golfers and Pauline Cooper, treasurer for Age Concern.

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A CHARITY golf day has raised vital cash for the elderly.

Tom Finnigan is pictured presenting £500 to Wragby Age Concern, Newton Close group chairman Margaret Clark.

The money was raised by a charity day at Horncastle Golf Club, West Ashby.

The course was donated free for the day by owner Sim Thind, pictured far left back row.

Finnigans Fiddle team from The Adam and Eve, Wragby, played Horncastle members, also pictured front left Yvonne Blackburn, Age Concern secretary, back centre Dianne Ward, landlady of the Adam and Eve pub who supplied the meals for the golfers and Pauline Cooper, treasurer for Age Concern.