Teams of four are being sought to play in Chorley Golf’s Club’s second annual Rosemere Golf Day.

The event will take place at the club’s Hall o’th’ Hill course in Heath Charnock on Monday, 13th May, to launch the charity’s 2019 Rosemere Golfers Against Cancer golf day calendar.

Chorley’s competition is being organised by club president Dr Iain Hall. Entry is £200 per team, inclusive of pre-tournament snack from 10-30 am,  tee-off between 11-30 am and 2-30 pm and post competition dinner at which the MC for the evening will be Norman Prince. Mr Prince is the former front man of the Houghton Weavers and patron of Rosemere Golfers Against Cancer. Other entertainment is to be announced.

For an entry form, telephone 07812 444621 or email iainandtricia.hall@virgin.net or alternatively, gcharlson@me.com

Last year’s inaugural Chorley Golf Club Rosemere Golf Day had 23 teams and raised more than £5,000 for Rosemere Cancer Foundation, which works to fund cutting edge equipment, research and other services in its drive to ensure that limited NHS resources will not stop cancer patients from Lancashire and South Cumbria accessing world class cancer treatment whether being treated at Rosemere Cancer Centre, the region’s specialist cancer treatment centre at the Royal Preston Hospital, or at another eight local hospital cancer units across the two counties, including that at Chorley and South Ribble Hospital.

Rosemere Golfers Against Cancer is an inclusive group of local men and women of varying golfing standards, who use their love of the sport to support Rosemere Cancer Foundation by taking part in a series of fundraising golf days. Following the Chorley golf day is the Stonyhurst Golf Day in Hurst Green on Friday, 31st May, Morecambe Golf Day on Monday, 3rd June, and Lytham Green Drive Golf Day, on Wednesday, 11th September.

For further details of these events and information on joining Rosemere Golfers Against Cancer call 01772 522913 or visit www.rosemeregolfersgainstcancer.org.uk

For further information on Rosemere Cancer Foundation, the projects it is currently funding and how to become involved, visit its website at www.rosemere.org.uk