* Cleanzine_logo_3a.jpgCleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 30th June 2022 Issue no. 1023

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CHSA charity pro-am golf course moves to stunning new venue, Rockliffe Hall

* CHSA-charity-pro-am-golf.jpgThe Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association's annual Pro-Am Charity Golf Tournament, taking place on Thursday 13th September, is moving to a new venue - the stunning Rockliffe Hall near Darlington.

Designed by Hawtree, the world-renowned course architect, Rockliffe Hall's 18-hole championship course is one of the most challenging in Europe. While it presents a stern test for even the best professional golfer, the five individual tee boxes on each hole offer players of all abilities the chance to experience the challenge.

"We're looking forward to the challenges of this wonderful course," says Shaun Chatterton, CHSA council member and the driving force behind the golf day. "Our members and their guests have come to expect the very best in terms of facilities and, at Rockliffe Hall, they won't be disappointed."

The CHSA's successful partnership with the Yorkshire Professional Golfers Association
continues, with every team playing with a member of the Association, and the evening will again be hosted by comedian Jed Stone.

A great day for networking with colleagues in the industry, there is also plenty for non-golfers to do during the day. A dedicated package includes a treatment at the award-winning spa and access to the facilities throughout the day.

A range of exciting sponsorship opportunities is available, including sponsorship of the 18th hole, the competition holes, the juice buggy and the ball and tee sponsor. More information is available from the secretary of the CHSA, Linda Belcher ([email protected]).

The CHSA's Golf Day always generates a great deal for charity. In 2017, almost £4,000 was raised for the Chairman's Charity, the Royal National Institute of Blind People. The RNIB offers practical and emotional support to people who are losing their sight or are blind or partially sighted, helping them face the future with confidence.


8th March 2018

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