Keen golfers are preparing to compete in Melton for one of the best prize tables in the county and help raise money for disadvantaged children.
The 24th annual Melton Lions Charity Golf Tournament takes place on Sunday, August 23 when prizes worth £15,000 will be up for grabs.
The competition is a pairs betterball stableford and features four top hole-in-one prizes including a new Suzuki Swift car.
Other hole-in-one prizes include a week’s golfing holiday in Portugal, a weekend of golf at the Forest of Arden, and a set of Taylor Made Rocket Bladez HP Irons and White Smoke Putter.
There are prizes for the top five plus best ladies and best mixed pairs, as well as for the longest drive, nearest the pin, white line and putting.
The event regularly raises between £7,000 and £8,000 with all proceeds going on projects large and small which help improve the lives of disadvantaged young people in the area.
Entry is £15, and players can still book their tee times by calling Melton Golf Club on (01664) 562118 or by downloading an entry form from www.meltonmowbraygolfclub.com
* Local sponsors are pictured with the top prize a Suzuki Car, from left, back - Jenny Barnes (Richard Barnes Funeral Directors), Martin Reason (Melton Building Society) Justin Masters (Browning Suzuki) Derek Whitehouse (tournament organiser), Jane Evans (Melton Building Society), Lions’ president John Illingworth; front – Julian Evans (TTS Shipping), Sarah Procter (NFU Mutual).