Mike Doddington's charity Golf Day

Golf Day
25 Aug 2018

Mike Doddington's charity Golf Day

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Jake Doddington

Total raised


+ £787.28 Gift Aid

900 Complete
900% of £1,500.00 target

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Mike has enrolled in the enrich trial for Mantle Cell Lymphoma. This trial is helping fight cancer without the aid of chemotherapy. From the study of professor Simon Rule who dad has been under the care of in deriford hospital in Plymouth, Cancer Research are backing this trial with a considerable amount of money and the aim is to raise as much money as possible for this great cause. So far the signs are very good and long may this continue.

The golf day is taking place on 25th August 2018 when dad has finished the intensive section of the trial. Dad will be playing alongside 50-60 golfers who have already put their names forward to play.

We have had some great support from local businesses already sponsoring holes on the day but we do have some holes left to sponsor.

There will be also an auction in the evening with some great lots. There will also be the opportunity to bid for these great items for those that will not be there on the day prior to the event. Anything from days out, spa days and treatments to Art work from great artists. Any donations either sponsoring the day or if you want to just back the cause would be great

Thanks very much Jake

Latest updates


Sonya Stubbings



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Amazing 🙌🙌


Jake Doddington



Kind donations on a days golfing


Jake Doddington



All proceeds from last week's golf day





+£10.00 Gift Aid

Nick Howell




Grant Haskett



+£12.50 Gift Aid


Total raised£13,502.11



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