Fundraisers from Frilford Heath golf club donated more than £23,000 to charity following a record breaking year.
The 2017 Frilford Heath Captain Peter Creasy and Lady Captain Iona Smith raised a staggering £23,110.97 between them for their respective charities.
Peter received £14,772.55 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, which helps make a difference for children living with the condition.
The Mulberry Bush School, a specialist school for severely traumatised primary aged children, will receive £8,338.42 following Iona’s fundraising efforts.
Peter said: “This is the most ever to be raised in a year from both the men’s and ladies’ sections of the club.
“The club and our members have been hugely supportive in helping us to reach the grand total.”
Peter added that his favourite fundraiser was a ‘nearest the pin’ competition where members had “a chance of winning a top of the range Maserati for a long weekend”.
Iona said: “Having been a teacher myself I wanted to find a local charity involved in education.
“The money raised will help the school fulfil its objective to offer a ‘52-week house’ to help staff look after those children who do not have families to go to in the holidays.”
Frilford Heath’s new captains Maurice Alphandary and Maudie Beardall will be supporting Silver Star and Sobell House, respectively.