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Clumber Consultancy have raised an impressive £3,600 for Children's Links.




Clumber Consultancy, the Edwinstowe-based pension and employee benefits company, raised £3,600 for Children's Links, an East Midlands charity that helps under privileged children and their families.

Eleven teams took part Rufford Park Golf Club,with competitors coming from a range of organisations across the pensions, accountancy, law and other financial sectors.

The eventual winners, the last team to tee-off, was Team Colligant, taking the trophy from last year's winners Smith Cooper.

Team (11518336)
Team (11518336)

Second were Team CFS Restructuring and Smith Cooper were third.

Clumber's managing director Darren Toms, said: "This is the third golf day we've organised and it continues to go from strength to strength with more teams taking part and more money being raised each year.

"We've had some fantastic raffle prizes donated as well as some generous sponsorship for holes around the course and, of

course, everyone has had a fantastic day of golf."

Karen Parsons, chief executive of Children's Links, said: "We are delighted to be the recipient of the proceeds from today’s golf.

"We transform the lives of thousands of families in the UK; creating opportunities and tackling poverty, isolation, discrimination and inequalities.

"The important work we do with vulnerable children and their families couldn’t continue if we didn’t receive these types of donations.

Sponsors were Woodhead​ Construction, Colligant​, Hair by Fay, Stuart J Green Digital Engineering​, Maun Funding and Luxe Beauty.



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