ITL Group Charity Golf Day raises over £800 for Breast Cancer UK

On Friday 16th June, ITL Group employees took to the tees at the picturesque London Beach Hotel in Tenterden for the annual ITL Group Charity Golf Day in aid of Breast Cancer UK.

This year’s event was a day of good weather, great golf, and even better company. It allowed employees, suppliers and customers of ITL to get involved in a little healthy competition for a good cause.

Twenty players competed for the chance to be crowned this year’s winner, but although it was a relaxed and enjoyable day, there was all to play for with the following players recognised for some fine displays:

Winning team

Runners up

Longest Drive

Nearest the Pin

Bandit Prize

Alex Douglas & Matt Hills

Phil Payne (Europlacer) & Roger (Newlands)

Tom Cole

Alex Douglas

Joe Asmah

ITL are proud to announce that the golf day raised £860.00 for Breast Cancer UK and we hope that the funds raised will help them continue their fight against breast cancer.

Breast Cancer UK are dedicated to achieving the primary prevention of breast cancer by reducing public exposure to the carcinogenic and hazardous chemicals in the environment. For more information visit: Breast Cancer UK

A big thank you to everyone who attended and we look forward to seeing you all again in 2018!

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