The Dame Vera Lynn Trust for Children with Cerebral Palsy is delighted to be working with the PTA of Farlington School to hold a joint Golf Day on the beautiful course Cranleigh Golf and Country Club, Surrey, on Friday 7th June.
— In conjunction with the PTA of Farlington School (Horsham, West Sussex and itself a charity), The Dame Vera Lynn Trust for Children with Cerebral Palsy are inviting golfers to make up teams of four for to arrive for coffee and bacon rolls before taking part in a fundraising game of golf with two tee times from midday. In the evening there is a three course dinner with presentation of prizes, a raffle and an auction.
The event has attracted lots of interest from many companies, including Marlborough World’s Richard Taylor who will be donating one of the company’s superb satchels as a prize.
Funds raised from this event will be split equally between the Dame Vera Lynn Trust and the PTA and both charities are hoping to raise some substantial funds from this joint venture. The Dame Vera Lynn Trust is a charity which operates the School for Parents in both West Sussex and Suffolk, a special service for families of young children with cerebral palsy and other motor learning difficulties.
About Dame Vera Lynn Trust
Using the principles of Conductive Education the early intervention service is crucial and the highly skilled and professional team helps parents to recognise their child’s unique qualities and achievements so they can work with them when back in a home setting. Each family attends for a three hour session per week and children can attend from five months to five years of age. All the services offered are provided free of charge and the trust relies entirely on the support of the community to help raise the £650,000 needed every year to ensure that this vital service can continue.
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