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Apr 15

Yorkshire cricketing legend Geoff Boycott will be the special guest at a Charity golf day for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

The former Yorkshire and England cricketer and commentator is an avid supporter of the rapid response emergency Charity, which has to raise £9,990 a day to keep is two helicopters flying.

Mr Boycott will also be taking part in a live Q & A session in the evening prior to dinner with the guests.

One of the distinctive yellow aircraft, based on the nearby Nostell Priory estate, should also be making an appearance at the Normanton Golf Club, Hatfield Hall, on June 25, subject to operational requirements on the day.

The event is being organised by Yorkshire Air Ambulance Pilot and keen golfer Capt Andy Hall who said: “In any week of the Summer, one of our helicopters will attend a golf course somewhere in Yorkshire.

“We are delighted that Geoffrey Boycott has agreed to be our special guest and make the presentations at the end of what should be a great day.

“This is our first Charity golf day at Normanton. It’s an opportunity to play golf on a superb course, network, promote your business and help us raise much needed funds.”

A maximum of 22 teams can take part in the Stableford Four Ball competition with a Shotgun start. Entry is £50 per person or £200 per team which includes course fees,  pre-tee-off food and drinks, carvery dinner and awards ceremony, evening entertainment, plus the chance to win some great prizes. 

For more information about entering a team and sponsorship opportunities please contact Andy Hall on 07415 950762 or email a.hall@yaa.org.uk.

 

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