Charity golf day raises £1,200 for Prostate UK

Dunston Hall Golf Club. Picture: Submitted

Dunston Hall Golf Club. Picture: Submitted - Credit: Archant

The Norwich branch of Keyline has raised £1,200 for Prostate Cancer UK during its annual charity golf day at Dunston Hall Golf Club.

Fourteen teams of Keyline staff, suppliers and customers, took part in the fourball competition on June 2.

The overall victors were a team representing Norwich-based Bateman Groundworks, who received a selection of prizes.

Following the golf, players enjoyed a well-deserved rest with a sit-down meal.

Steve Blyth, sales office manager at Keyline Norwich, organised the event and was delighted with the amount of money raised.

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Prostate Cancer UK is Keyline's nominated charity and the civils and heavy building materials supplier will be holding various fundraising events throughout the year.

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