The event, organised by Club Captain Matt Lewis, invites people to help keep vulnerable hearts beating by getting involved and entering a team in the Charity Golf Day.
All money raised from the event will support the BHF in its fight against heart and circulatory disease.
Matt Lewis, Club Captain at Woodbridge Park said: “As many people as possible are welcome to take part in the Charity Golf Day which will be a fantastic day and afternoon for all involved. By engaging in events like this, you are helping to ensure that our life-saving and life-changing work continues”.
To join the fight against heart disease, please do your best to support the BHF and take part in this event. For more information, call Woodbridge Park on 01666 510277, or visit www.woodbridgeparkgolfclub.co.uk where you will find full details of the day and can download an application form. There are many great prizes to be won, including a car!
Sadly, heart disease is still the UK’s biggest killer. It touches us all. Lives are cut short and for those living with the disease, life can be frightening and hard.
As the nation’s heart charity, the BHF saves lives every day by investing in pioneering research, supporting and caring for heart patients, and providing vital information to help people reduce their own risk of dying prematurely from a heart-related disease. The BHF’s vital campaigning work helps to improve the lives of those living with heart disease now, and fights for a healthy heart future for everyone across the UK.
BHF’s lifesaving work can only continue thanks to vital donations of time and money. The charity urgently needs the support of more people. If you would like to find out more about organising your own fundraising event for the BHF, or are interested in volunteering or other opportunities in your local area, please call your Fundraising & Volunteer Manager today. For more information about the BHF’s work, click onto bhf.org.uk.