Laird Assessors charity Golf & Spa day

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8 May 2014


For the second year running Laird Assessors are the headline sponsor for the annual charity golf day run by Claims Magazine.  The Golf & Spa day takes place on the 10th July this year at the Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort.  Last year we raised over £1000 for Claire House and we’ll be attempting to beat that this year.  Claire House, the chosen charity,  is a children’s hospice on the Wirral that provide respite and end-of-life care for children and young adults with life-limiting medical conditions.  It’s a charity that we work closely with a lot and we are pleased to be able to support such a positive charity again.

There are 18 teams taking part in the day with a shotgun start at 1pm after breakfast.  For those that aren’t that keen on Golf, there is an option to go and have some relaxing spa treatments in the resort itself.  The day will finish with a prize-giving dinner and charity raffle.

For more information on Laird and any of their services, including their translation/interpretation service, please contact Pippa on pippa.saunders@laird-assessors.com



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