Daventry golfers in swing to help air ambulance

Money is presented to the air ambulance.
Money is presented to the air ambulance.

Golfers in Daventry have been in full swing to help a life-saving charity.

Members of Daventry & District Golf Society presented £500 to the air ambulance after raising money throughout the year.

Presenting money to the Anthony Nolan Trust.

Presenting money to the Anthony Nolan Trust.

They also presented £500 to the Anthony Nolan Trust.

The money was presented by secretary Nigel Smith to Russell Watson and his wife, who has received a transplant because of the trust.

The money for both charities was raised by running quizzes at the club.

Kevin Tarbox, current captain of Daventry Golf Club, said: “I’d like to thank all the people that helped raise the money and John Hunter and his wife Jane; Gill Leppard and her husband Mick who helped run the quizzes.”

A further £950 was raised to refurbish the Barret Bar.