Middleton Hall’s Mick Quince has stepped down after completing an impressive stint of 18 years as club president.

Middleton Hall's Mick Quince has stepped down after completing an impressive stint of 18 years as club president.

He chaired the club's annual meeting for the last time before announcing his successor would be Douglas Eakins. All sections of the club got together to provide gifts to mark Quince's retirement and outgoing club captain Tim Hoare paid tribute to a 'great servant of the club.' Middleton Hall proprietor Mike Johnson presented Quince with a lifetime membership of the golf club.

The club's outgoing senior captain, Alan Horner, performed his final official duty, when he presented a cheque for �600 to Jessica Hiscocks, the area representative of EACH (East Anglia's Children's Hospices). The money came from senior section fundraising.

Horner said: 'I am delighted to present Jessica with this donation and I thank every member of the Middleton Hall Golf Club senior section for the contributions that have been made during a very successful year.' Ms Hiscocks thanked the captain for the support given to the charity.


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