Annual charity golf day - Rushcliffe Golf Club - 22nd May 2020

Posted 03.02.2020

Rhodes Wealth Management are hosting a charity four-ball competition at Rushcliffe Golf Club on behalf of Pamoja Leo, our partner charity based in Tanga, Tanzania on Friday 22nd May 2020.

We have been working with Pamoja Leo since 2017 and thought it would be a fantastic opportunity to introduce the charity to our sponsorship partner and collaborate with Rushcliffe Golf Club.

The charity golf day includes a four-ball competition for £160 including bacon rolls on arrival, and a 2-course evening meal. Places are limited, if you, your colleagues or friends enjoy playing golf and would like to donate to a fantastic cause, register your interest on our ‘events’ page today.

We hope to see you there!

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