HELP OUR HOSPICE: In swing
Staff at DS Smith in Newmarket raised more than £600 for the hospice with a golf day. Machine operator Graham Kingham organised a tournament at Lakeside Lodge Golf Complex, Pidley, in May. For the last seven years I ve run a golf tournament and we usua
Staff at DS Smith in Newmarket raised more than £600 for the hospice with a golf day.
Machine operator Graham Kingham organised a tournament at Lakeside Lodge Golf Complex, Pidley, in May.
"For the last seven years I've run a golf tournament and we usually make about £50-60, which we give to a local charity," he said.
"But this year I wanted to have a really good crack at it, and we were able to raise £636."
He said 32 members of staff took up the challenge, while other people at the factory took part in a sweepstake.
Suppliers also donated towards the total and the overall winner on the day was Neil Black.
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Les Wilson, managing director Richard Caun't and Graham Kingham of DS Smith are pictured with Annette Angell of EACH. Photo: SUPPLIED