Ladies’ Captain’s Farewell

Well Where did that year go? - Message from Sandra Brace

I was very dubious about being your Ladies Captain this past year, possibly thinking that it would be hard going, but I can, hand on heart say, that it’s passed by albeit on my part, successfully, and extremely quickly, and I can also say I’ve enjoyed it enormously.

You all still smile out there on the course, I have noticed, and don’t you all look the better for it, so would be nice to carry this over to Karen’s year.

I started my year with the sad passing of Mary Stubbs and ended it with another funeral that of Bert Christini and his wife, both very sad days.

You’ve all dug deep into your pockets and raised a total of £1,777.72 for my charity a big big thank you one and all.

Matches have sometimes been difficult as we are such a small section now, and the weather lately hasn’t helped, but we won’t let that stop us, if we can’t play golf, we’ll play cards and eat cake instead.

The Pearson matches were abandoned due to lack of participation, which was a shame, but we’re not the only club in this situation.

As you all know Sheila Wanless will be our new vice captain this year, and all our best wishes go to you Sheila I’m sure we all want to wish good health to Harry over the coming months, I’m here to help if any needed covering your vice captain’s duties, as I’m sure lots of ladies will be.

Although we’ve had quite a bit of rain lately, the course is in great condition, and thanks go to the green staff.

Finally our best wishes go to my friend Karen, your new Ladies’ Captain, I do hope your year passes as quickly and uneventfully as mine has...
Well this was written over a month ago, with no stress or hassle, like that’s happening!, Just with happy smiling lady members, or as many healthy members sitting apart hopefully on a sunny day outside good luck Karen stay healthy everyone and thank you everyone for making my year so special


Ladies Day Out to Fenton Curling Ice Rink

Fenton - Curling

Thank you very much Gwen Winch for organising a great day at Fenton Ice Rink in Kent, it was as enjoyable to watch as take part in the activity, you can see from the photos the intensity of competition

Ladies Charity

Pam and Sue attended the opening of the new Cancer Treatment Unit at Queen Mary’s Hospital where Pam presented a cheque for £3,000 which was raised during her year as Ladies Captain. The money will go towards radiotherapy equipment for the treatment of breast and prostate cancer, great to have such a facility locally


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