OVER £5000 RAISED FOR LOCAL SHEFFIELD CHARITY AT ANNUAL GOLF DAY
CSP Systems & Nicholas Associates Group annual golf day, held in support of local Sheffield based charity Endeavour, turned out to be a huge success, despite the unpredictable weather. The event, held at Wortley Golf Club, brought together over 120 enthusiastic participants from 30 local businesses who braved the rain to make the day truly remarkable.
The highlight of the day was the overwhelming support we received from all the teams involved. Their dedication to the cause was evident as they navigated through the challenging weather conditions with smiles on their faces.
Through their unwavering commitment, we were able to raise an astounding amount of £5969.84, which will go a long way in supporting Endeavour’s noble actions. We extend our appreciation to all the teams that participated, along with sponsors, for contributing to this wonderful achievement.
Congratulations to our winning team from The Business Village who totalled 90 points, taking home the trophy. Alongside the winning team we also had some individual winners on the day: Chris Goddard (B & B Vehicle Contracts) being nearest the pin on the 9th hole, Graham Jamson (Coster UK) on the 16th and Ryan Hopeley (D&G Utilities) with the longest drive on the 18th hole.
Andy Bethel from CSP Systems commented, “We have expanded the number of teams taking part which has in turn increased the amount raised, the day was a fantastic success, we hope to build on this for next year. Thanks again to Wortley Golf Club for hosting our event so professionally.”
Ed Thatcher, CEO of Endeavour added, “It has been great to welcome Nicholas Associates Group & CSP Systems on board as a corporate partner. We really appreciate their support and also the opportunity to meet other potential partners through their golf day. It is vital that we continue to expand our partner network. Being part of this golf day has been a great opportunity to raise our profile and hopefully engage with potential new corporate partners.”