A huge thank you to everyone who took part in our annual charity golf competition held to raise funds for the Multiple Sclerosis South West therapy centre.
Many of our clients and professional contacts took part in the event, held at Teignmouth Golf Club, where more than £5,300 was raised through a combination of entry fees, fun golf-themed events, raffles and an auction.
Not only was this event held on a week day, meaning many people gave up their valuable working time to support us, but the final figure was £1,000 more than last year – a tremendous achievement!
The South West MS Centre, in Broad Clyst, Exeter, helps hundreds of people every year and relies heavily on charitable donations to continue its excellent work, and Thomas Westcott has been a proud sponsor and organiser of the charity golf competition for over a decade now.
All of the money raised will go towards day to day running costs at the centre, including operating hyperbaric oxygen therapy, reflexology, yoga and physiotherapy.
Congratulations to the Kitsons team who were the eventual winners on the day, they took home the MS Bowl. They were closely followed by the Santander team and then our very own TW Honiton team took 3rd.
You can see photos of the trophy presentations plus other shots from the day taken by Photographer Phil Mingo here: https://www.thomaswestcott.co.uk/gallery/event/GolfDay2016
Thanks again to everyone who took part, sponsored the event and helped to make the competition such a success.
Your efforts and generosity are greatly appreciated by everyone here at Thomas Westcott and the team at MS South West.
(The Kitsons team being presented with the MS bowl by Tracey Skinner from the SW MS Centre, they are from left to right Nick James, Graham Howe and Jonathan Cox)
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