Gorleston Golf Club's Open Charity Day

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The trick shot display wow'd the crowds

On Saturday 5th September, Gorleston Golf Club hosted their open charity day organised by club captain, Mark Everard. Proceeds from the event are to be donated to Mark's chosen charities; Centre 81, a Great Yarmouth based charity promoting independence through recreation, education and support and also the Neonatal Unit at James Paget University Hospital. Guests enjoyed a number of fun activities, including the trick shot show (as pictured).

The Potters Friends Foundation was pleased to support this fantastic event with a donation to both charities and tickets to an Atlas Theatre Show for the raffle. Overall however, the event raised £4000 on the day, and up to £5000 overall; a fantastic effort from all at the club and those attending.

Gorleston Golf Club is just a 5 minute drive from Potters Resort, and is Britain's most easterly course with the front nine set on the stunning clifftop. Visitors are very welcome and information can be found on their website.

The Potters Friends Foundation

Why We Set Up The Potters Friends Foundation

To continue the legacy and philanthropy of Brian Potter MBE.

Who & What We Support

Worthy causes and acts of kindness that make a positive impact within our wider Potters community.

How Will We Achieve This?

As well as donations of product and ongoing fundraising efforts, the team at Potters Resort will support causes by giving time and knowledge.