The Mike Henthorn Cruse Memorial Golf Day raises nearly £9,000

Our annual golf day in May raised just under £9,000 for Cruse this year. This was the 13th year the Mike Henthorn Cruse Memorial Golf day event has been and it’s raised an amazing £110,000 since it started was once again sponsored by Celton Manx.

Mike was a well-known and respected businessman and former vice-chair of Cruse.

In first place this year was Conister Bank - this is the third year in a row they have won - in second place was Ramsey Crookall with Capital International taking the third prize.

Our chief executive Mary Doyle says: “We are very grateful to Celton Manx for its ongoing support of Cruse and to everyone that played and enjoyed a great day of golf. Mike was a terrific supporter of our charity so it is a testimonial to him and his family that everyone continues to play golf in his memory. It was great to see 22 teams playing this year.”

Celton Manx’s chief executive officer, Bill Mummery, adds: “We know the terrific support that Cruse gives to their clients and are delighted to continue our support knowing that every penny made goes directly to provide their support.”

The winning team from Conister Bank accepting their prizes

The winning team from Conister Bank accepting their prizes (L-R Janet Henthorn, Tom Charmer, Andrew Moody, Bill Mummery from Celton Manx, Shaun Kelly, Michael Moore)

The team from Ramsey Crookall who came second accepting their prizes

Ramsey Crookall finished in second place (L-R Nick Kelly, Janet Henthorn, Paul McMullan, Bill Mummery, Liam Murphy, Richard WIld)

The team from Capital International who came third accepting their prizes.

Capital International finished in third place (L-R Janet Henthorn, Chris Nash, Andy Tinnion, Bill Mummery, Max Kneale, James Kelly)

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