Charity Golf Day
Charity Golf Day
Friday 18th May 2012
At The Prestigious
Saltford Golf Club
Welcome to The Rainbow Centre for Children’s inaugural
Charity Golf Day at the prestigious Saltford Golf Club.
Teams will be playing at eight minute intervals, and Kat will
be taking photographs of each team on the first tee, during the
day and evening. The format of the day will be
Stableford (full handicap), best two scores to count.
You are welcome to join us in the lounge or on the terrace
overlooking the 17th and 18th holes when you have finished
your game. The club will be operating a pay bar.
Rainbow Hands Trophy for Best Overall Team
Registration from 10.45am onward in the Club
Lounge. Coffee and bacon rolls to be served.
First tee time.
Two-course dinner of Steak and Ale Pie (or
vegetarian alternative) and Apple Pie, followed by
prize giving and raffle.
The Doubtful Codgers
I S Durnell
Bird In Hand
Long Ashton Golf Club
B & C Belles
Let’s Do It
Geoffrey, George, Zippy
Kindly Donated By
Bristol Blue martini glasses (One set
of four glasses and one set of two glasses)
Arnos Manor Hotel
Suit The City voucher
Tracey Holloway, Suit The City
Weekend hire of Mercedes Benz car
Neal’s Yard Remedies ginger and
vanilla gift set
Neal’s Yard Remedies
Bottles of wine
The Rainbow Centre
Pinnacle Lady pink rainbow golf
Wilson Eco Core recycled golf balls
Plus many more fantastic prizes!
Best Overall Team (Stableford full handicap, best two
scores to count)
Longest Drive for Men on the 8th hole
Longest Drive for Women on the 4th hole
Nearest the Pin – on all par 3’s, 11th hole men only, 17th
hole ladies only.
Nearest in 2 on the 18th hole
The Rainbow Centre would like to thank all of our golfers for
taking part in this event, we hope you have an enjoyable day.
We would also like to thank our volunteers Carolyn and Kat
and all who have helped with the planning, preparation and
running of the day.
Many thanks to the Bird In Hand Pub and Restaurant
and I S Durnell Electrical Services for sponsoring a hole
and a tee respectively.
Thank you to our Chair of Trustees Tim Watson for
commissioning our Rainbow Hands Trophy for the Best
Overall Team, to Julie Kingcott and her grandson for the
overall design, to Megan at Warm Glass in Wrington for
creating the beautiful glass detail and to Jonathan Bale for
the woodwork of the frame and of the paperweights. Thank
you also to Foremost Signs of Redhill for the plaques
featured on the trophy and paperweights.
Thank you to Mike Penn and All at Saltford Golf Club,
for all their help and advice and for making today possible.
A further thank you to everyone who donated prizes for the
Thank You To Our Sponsors
Sponsoring a hole:
Bird in Hand, 58 High
Street, Saltford, Bristol,
At the 'Bird in Hand' you will
find the unique atmosphere
of a traditional English
country pub and the warm friendly welcome that always
goes with it! We serve all that is best in traditional
English food and drink to the highest standard.
Food is served at Lunchtime 12 - 2:30pm,
Sunday 12 - 3:30pm, Evening 6 - 9:30pm.
Sponsoring a tee:
I S Durnell, Electrical Services, 3
Pool Road, Kingswood, Bristol,
Tel: 0117 330 6010
Email: [email protected]
I S Durnell is an NICEIC registered electrical contractor
specialising in the domestic market.
I S Durnell undertake all aspects of electrical installation,
from single sockets to complete rewires, and from
showers to fuse boards. Their experience also covers
maintenance and fault finding works and they specialise
in electrical inspection and testing.
The Rainbow Centre for Children is a charity for children and
their families from Bristol and the surrounding area including
Somerset, South Wales and Gloucestershire.
We help families deal with the pain, grief, anger and sadness that can be
caused by the death or life threatening illness of a child or parent and the
impact that has on individual family members as well as the family as a
whole. Families come to us not only because someone has died from an
illness but also as a result of road traffic accidents, suicide or murder.
We offer a range of one to one therapies to enable children and their
parents to express difficult emotions or simply to have the strength to
continue to look after their loved ones. All the therapy we provide is free
of charge and we support families for as long as they need our help. Each
therapy session costs The Rainbow Centre £30 and we rely entirely on
voluntary donations for our existence.
17 year old Toni talked about the suicide of her father. She said she felt
like a cartoon character with a dark cloud over her head that she couldn’t
escape. However when she found The Rainbow Centre, it was like
“learning to ride a bike & needing stabilisers for balance and support”,
The Rainbow Centre became her stabilisers until she felt able to cope
with her emotions, finish her therapy and continue her A-level studies to
go to University next year. Your support today could help us make a real
difference to people like Toni & her mother.
The Rainbow Centre for Children 27 Lilymead Avenue, Bristol, BS4 2BY
Enquiries 0117 985 3343 Fundraising 0117 985 3354
Email [email protected] Website www.rainbowcentre.org.uk
The Rainbow Centre for Children is a company limited by guarantee registered in England number 06240935 and a
registered charity number 1120461.