Golf Day raises more than £10,000
Sixty golfers took to the well-manicured greens and fairways of Beeston Fields Golf Club as they raised more than £10,000 for homeless and vulnerable people.
Fifteen teams from a wide range of local employers took part in Framework’s annual charity golf day at Beeston Fields Golf Club on Wednesday.
The event, generously sponsored once again by Robert Woodhead, featured a keenly-fought stableford competition and was won for the first time by Blindfolded, led by team captain Peter Faghali.
"On the tea from Robert Woodhead... our event sponsors."
J Wright Roofing and Nat West made up the top three finishers.
After a three course meal in the club house, prizes were presented by BBC Radio Nottingham presenter Mark Dennison, who kindly volunteered his services for the evening.
Our 2015 winners: Blindfolded
Framework Partnerships and Events Manager Andrea Carver said: “Once again the Framework golf day has enjoyed a fantastic level of support from local businesses – many of who send teams year after year to this magnificent course. My congratulations go to Pete and his team at Blindfolded, who converted their promising form of recent years into outright win. Blindfolded have been a terrific supporter of Framework over the years and our new trophy has found a good home.
Glenn Slater, of Robert Woodhead, with Framework's Michael Leng and Andrea Carver, and BBC Radio Nottingham's Mark Dennison.
“I’d also like to thank Robert Woodhead for their ongoing support of this event, and Mark Dennison for taking time out of this busy schedule to support the day and present the prizes.”