Golf day raises over £30,000 for local children’s hospice

In September, over 200 members of West Sussex Golf Club took part in a charity fundraising golf day, raising over £30,000 for Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice. The golf day, organised by Paddy Fane and Nicola Everitt, consisted of two 18-hole rounds of golf, a raffle, and an auction.

Speaking about why they chose to support Chestnut Tree House, Paddy Fane, said: “We chose to fundraise for Chestnut Tree House as it’s a charity very close to our hearts and they do amazing work to help families in our local community. It’s a really worthwhile cause and it costs so much money to provide their care services – they really need people like us to fundraise to ensure that they are there for children and young people who need hospice care.

“Chestnut Tree House provides specialist care, as well as fun activities to help create precious memories, and the team support the whole family. If you’re thinking about fundraising for Chestnut Tree House, just do it! You won’t look back.”

Outside the House with a large check