£6000 raised at charity golf day helps rotary club near its target

Jonathan Moore, Kevin Abbs, Jayne Jones, and Casey Patterson on the first tee. Picture: John Sansby

Jonathan Moore, Kevin Abbs, Jayne Jones, and Casey Patterson on the first tee. Picture: John Sansby - Credit: Archant

The Rotary Club of North Norfolk held a charity golf day at the Royal Cromer Golf Club in aid of the Admiral Nurses Project.

Admiral Nurses offer one-to-one support and expert advice for families living with dementia and three Rotary Clubs (Holt, Fakenham and North Norfolk) have teamed up with Dementia UK, the North Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group, the Kelling Hospital Appeals Trust, the Friends of Kelling Hospital and the CT Baker Group Ltd to raise money to offer services within North Norfolk. The golf tournament was contested by 100 players in teams of four and £6,000 was made on the day.

President Steve Wilson said: 'We are now close to reaching our goal of funding an Admiral Nurse for the region for the next two years. This is just one small step but it shows that when community organisations and individuals come together with the NHS and national and local charities, many things are possible.'


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