Good Friday Golf Day raises amazing £3,850

Huge thanks to Pete and Rhys Goodfellow, a father-son duo who raised £3,850 for the Better Life Appeal at the All Wales Adults Cystic Fibrosis Centre this Easter, all to help build a new hospital ward for adults with Cystic Fibrosis.

A record number of 22 teams participated in this year’s event at Glamorganshire Golf Club in Penarth, enjoying the weather and the excellent condition of the course! Congratulations to the winners, Team Peter Wilson, pictured here: John Redknap, Peter Wilson, Pete Goodfellow (organiser) and Mark Portlock (missing Paul O’Brien), and also pictured, Rhys Goodfellow (organiser), Chris Poole, Matt Sutton and Ellis Robinson.

The golf was followed with an excellent curry and a raffle, and the night was danced away courtesy of DJ Stu Underhill.

Pete and Rhys said, “We’d like to thank the following – Sam Docherty at SET Office Supplies, Stu Clarke, Steve Newman at Acorn Recruitment, Richard Latts, Darryl Gardner, Ed Goodfellow from Marconi Holiday Village, Richard and Penny Hughes, Richard Jeremy, Sean Begley, Teri (Alan Sadlers), Phil Parker from Latch and Andrew and Alex in the Professional Shop at Glamorganshire Golf Club – for donating wonderful raffle prizes and helping make the day a great success.

“Our thanks to Glamorganshire Golf Club for supporting us for our eighth year. Please remember to put our ninth event in your diaries for next Good Friday, which is Friday 30 March 2018!”
Congratulations Pete and Rhys on a very popular event! Every penny donated to the Better Life Appeal is used to benefit our patients at the All Wales Adult Cystic Fibrosis Unit. The ward currently has 9 beds, but with help like this, we are closer to increasing the ward capacity to 16 beds.

More details on the Good Friday Charity Golf Day here: