Brocket man returning ‘home’ – to host CLIC Sargent golf day
LORD Brocket is returning to his former home – to host a charity golf day.
The peer is staging the event at Brocket Hall Golf Club, in Lemsford, in aid of children’s cancer charity CLIC Sargent.
The day, on Wednesday, March 30, will incorparate a round of golf, drinks reception, two-course lunch and charity auction.
The colourful Lord Brocket, known as Charlie, said he hoped to raise �25,000 for the charity.
He said: “I’m delighted to invite residents to play in the CLIC Sargent Golf Classic at Brocket Hall, where they can enjoy a fabulous round of golf while helping a good cause.
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“We will be playing on the exceptional Melbourne Course, opened in 1992, which follows the natural undulations and contours of the 18th century parkland, providing a most enjoyable challenge in stunning surroundings.
“I do hope that you can join us this year.
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“As a long-term supporter of CLIC Sargent, I’ve seen first-hand just how vital its services are for children and young people with cancer, and their families,” he added.
Tickets for the exclusive event are limited, and cost �1,000 per team of four.
Enter by calling Sophie Eaton at CLIC Sargent, before March 24, on 020 8752 2865.