Free use of one stop golf facilities for charity coffee morning

Sep 25, 2014

ONE Stop Golf is to host a fundraising event for a charity which supports people living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) - opening our facilities free of charge on Tuesday, September 30 as part of a special coffee morning.

The event is being held in aid of The L6ve Life Foundation, which was established to provide funds to help find a cure for MND, and help and support those with the condition.

Free cakes, coffee and tea will be served up in the Premier Lounge, whilst visitors will also have the chance to test their skills on our fun Pirate Adventure Golf Course, and try their luck at the increasingly popular sport of Footgolf.

For the more serious golf players, our Target Golf Range, which tests players' skills by challenging them to shoot into a number of target nets, each at different lengths and angles from the tee, will also be open free of charge.

Guests will simply be asked to make a donation of their choice to the charity for the use of the facilities between 10am and 12.30pm.

The L6ve Life Foundation was established to provide funds to help find a cure for Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a progressive disease that attacks the motor neurones, or nerves, in the brain and spinal cord.

It effectively stops messages from the brain reaching muscles, leading to weakness, effecting the way sufferers talk, eat, drink and breathe. At present, there is no known cure.

Former Skirlaugh ARLFC stand-off Lee Newton was diagnosed with the condition in March last year, aged 42 at the time.

Determined not to let it beat him and keep living life to the full, he and his wife Caroline established the charity, which organises many events to raise funds to work towards finding a cure, and also to support others with the condition. "We are delighted to provide our support to help a very worthwhile cause in the L6ve Life Foundation," said Ben Rozenbroek, of One Stop Golf.

"When we discussed the possibility of hosting a coffee morning here, we wanted to go an extra step further to hopefully attract a few more people along, and opening up our facilities free of charge for the morning seemed a good way.

"We'd love to see as many as people as possible having fun on our courses and ultimately raising lots of money for this charity. Lee is an extremely inspirational person and is very deserving of support."

One Stop Golf will open the Pirate Adventure Golf Course, Footgolf Course, and Target Golf Range at 10am on Tuesday, September 30. People don't need to pre-book and are urged to simply turn up and support the event on the day.

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  • "Great place for some crazy pirate golf. Footgolf and driving range also available."Chris Stork
  • "Superb range with a well-stocked shop and a nice pub/cafe. They also have a well maintained Pirate Adventure Golf and a Footgolf course."James Osborne
  • "Can’t beat the chips - they taste amazing with plenty of chip spice on. Perfect to enjoy after hitting a basket of balls on the range."Barrie Swallow

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