15th June

Guild Care’s 27th Annual Golf Challenge once again took place on Friday 15th June 2018 at Worthing Golf Club and saw the winning team, Burnand Brazier Malcolm Wilson take home the highly coveted trophy.

This year’s golf challenge saw 15 teams of three come together to raise money for Guild Care’s community support services. By supporting this event, these teams helped provide a stable future of support and care for thousands of children, older people and families in Worthing and the surrounding areas.

Also present and showing their support for Guild Care was the Mayor and Mayoress of Worthing who have chosen Guild Care’s dementia specialist care home, Haviland House, as one of the Mayor’s charities. Both got into the golf spirit and posed with clubs for a photograph with the Guild Care fundraising team alongside Guild Care supporter and businessman Peter Kennard, of HD Tribe who auctioneered in the evening.

Picture of a group of people from Guild Care and including the mayor of Worthing to launch the Guild Cares 27th Annual Golf Challenge

Peter said, “Once again we are so impressed by the level of generosity from everyone who has come out and supported such a worthwhile cause. We wouldn't be able to raise any money without the support of the teams who participate and help raise funds that will go a long way in the local community.”

All the players performed admirably and the fun carried on into the evening and was met with humour; banter and generosity which saw Guild Care raise an incredible £7,915 from the golf challenge, raffle and auction combined. This vital money will help Guild Care continue to provide community support to help people to live well and enjoy life.

We would like to congratulate Burnand Brazier Malcolm Wilson and its players, Nigel Brazier, Nigel Gifford and Wayne Kenward, who played brilliantly and who we’re sure will be a force to be reckoned with next year and also a massive thank you to all the teams who entered this year and supported Guild Care, we hope to see you all at the next golf challenge in 2019.

Image of golfer taking a swing as part of the Guild Cares 27th Annual Golf Challenge

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