The UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity Lord’s Taverners has been announced as the official charity for the first ever Farmfoods European Legends Links Championship.
The Lord’s Taverners, whose mission is to enhance the lives of disadvantaged and disabled young people through sport and recreation, is now delivering programmes across the country that are having a life changing impact.
Running initiatives across the country, they rely on charity donations to continue their good work. And, through their work with the Staysure Tour, they have now been confirmed as official charity partners for the event which takes place at Trevose Golf and Country Club from June 20-23.
Paul Robin is the Chief Executive of Lord’s Taverners and he explained their proud association with the upcoming event.
“Throughout the country, our programmes are breaking down barriers and empowering young people to fulfill their potential and helping to build crucial life skills,” he said.
“Through our association with this golf event, we’ll be able to help more young people across the UK.”
The Farmfoods European Legends Links Championship is not the first time the charity has been involved with an event of this kind. For the past two years it has also been the official charity for the Farmfoods European Senior Masters, another Staysure Tour event which takes place each autumn.
The event will be hosted by 1991 Masters champion Ian Woosnam OBE and will feature some of the biggest names from the European Tour and Ryder Cup, including Paul Lawrie OBE, Paul McGinley and Peter Baker.
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Playing, sponsorship and hospitality opportunities are still available. For more information get in touch with Benny Lawrence at event organisers Champions (UK) plc. Call 08453 31 30 31 or email firstname.lastname@example.org