The Children's Adventure Farm's 10th annual golf day, Mere Golf and Country Club
PUBLISHED: 16:31 18 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:10 20 February 2013
Legendary footballer Sir Bobby Charlton was among golfers who took to the greens at Mere Golf and Country Club and raised £20,000 for sick and disadvantaged children.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOANNE BOYLE
Legendary footballer Sir Bobby Charlton was among golfers who took to the greens at Mere Golf and Country Club and raised 20,000 for sick and disadvantaged children.
The Childrens Adventure Farms 10th annual golf day involved amateur golfers from all over the region. Comedian Jason Manford, the charitys newest patron, also joined CAFT President Sir Bobby Charlton for the fun.
Jason presented team prizes, and accepted a cheque for 11,000 from the clubs Mark Boler which he raised during his year of captaincy.
The golfers dug deep on the evening to raise further funds through a raffle and silent auction.
CAFT is a Cheshire-based childrens charity which provides holidays, day trips and Christmas parties for sick and disadvantaged children at its converted farmhouse at Millington.