Sleaford Golf Club captain’s cash aids children’s hospice

Sleaford Golf Club's 2016 Seniors Captain Clive Boyfield with St Andrew's Children's Hospice Sleaford charity shop manager Deborah Homer (left) and hospice representative Alison Lark (right). EMN-170728-161856001
Sleaford Golf Club's 2016 Seniors Captain Clive Boyfield with St Andrew's Children's Hospice Sleaford charity shop manager Deborah Homer (left) and hospice representative Alison Lark (right). EMN-170728-161856001

The former captain of the seniors section of Sleaford Golf Club has presented £1,000 to St Andrew’s Children’s Hospice of Grimsby, which provides care and support for children with life-limiting illnesses and their families throughout Lincolnshire.

Clive Boyfield was captain in 2016 and wanted to raise money during his year for a children’s charity.

Hospice representative Alison Lark and the charity’s local shop manager Deborah Homer accepted the donation at the club on Thursday.

A grateful Alison explained all these donations helped towards the £4.8 million combined costs for running their adult and children’s hospices each year.

Pictured is Mr Boyfield (centre) with Alison (right) and Deborah (left) beside the golf course.