Fundraiser at Mannings Heath Golf Club

The Waterfall Course at Mannings Heath Golf Club SUS-150422-110652001
The Waterfall Course at Mannings Heath Golf Club SUS-150422-110652001

Golfers have the unique opportunity to play on the ‘members only’ Waterfall course at Mannings Heath, an Exclusive Golf Club in Horsham on Wednesday 13th May 2015, as part of an exciting event to raise vital funds for The Dame Vera Lynn Trust for Children with Cerebral Palsy.

Ranked within the Top 100 Golf Courses in England, the exclusive Waterfall Course will be open to guests to enjoy a round of golf in the surrounds of 500 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside, and be offered the opportunity to enter a competition to win a car and holiday, sponsored by Five Oaks Audi.

This will be followed by an evening of entertainment with a delicious three course presentation dinner in the Clubhouse.

Later in the evening guests will be able to partake in a fundraising raffle, in addition to learning more about the crucial work of the charity.

Catherine Bristow, Events Fundraiser, Dame Vera Lynn Trust commented; “We are thrilled to be holding our charity day at Mannings Heath. Last year the event raised over £2,000 and we hope we can replicate this success in 2015.

“Fundraising events like these are crucial for us to be able to continue our work, and we’d like to extend our thanks to the team at Mannings Heath and all those taking part for making this event possible.”

The Dame Vera Lynn Trust provides a specialist service for families of young children with cerebral palsy and other motor learning difficulties.

They receive no statutory funding and rely entirely on the support of the community to raise the funds needed to ensure that this vital and much needed service can continue.

An individual ticket is priced at £125 or £500 for a team of four. For more information and to book your place, please contact Catherine Bristow on 01403 780444 or email

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Report and picture contributed by Eleanor Matthews.