Mark completes Charity Golf Marathon

    Daniel McAllister
    30th May 2022
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    After a weekend of sporting disappointment for The Giants and Huddersfield Town can I start the week with a positive message of thanks.

    Thank you to all who have supported this weekends golfing challenge in aid of Forget Me Not.  Special thanks go to my playing partners, all pictured below; Rob Fotheringham. Lee Snaith, Joe Fielding and Carol Dudley (Madam Captain) for inspiring me around the course.

    With gross scores of 79, 86, 84 and 83 the golf was slightly under par.  However 46,000 steps for the day have pushed my average for the month of May over 10,000!!!!

    The generosity of so many have meant to date we have raised just under £6,000, so a massive thank you all who have donated.  Should you still wish to donate the link is shown below, I can assure you Forget Me Not and myself are so grateful for all you have done.

    https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/woodsomehall

    Thank You.

    Mark

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