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16th September
Bramall Park Golf Club, 20 Manor Road, Bramhall, Stockport, SK7 3LY
£ 350

Join MedEquip4Kids and Specialist Risk Group this September for our annual charity golf day!

Bramall Park is a beautiful 18-hole course in undulating parkland with fairways lined with mature native trees and is widely recognised as one of the most popular in Cheshire. The Club was founded in 1894 and redesigned in 1921 by Alister MacKenzie whose list of famous courses includes the world-renowned Augusta National, home of The Masters.

At our golf day you will be joining teams of players to not only have fun on the green with the chance of winning prizes, but also to raise vital funds for our charity MedEquip4Kids. All profit from this event will help our charity to provide vital medical equipment to hospitals across the UK.

Opportunities to support our event include:

Entry for a team of 4 costs £350

This includes:

  • A bacon sandwich and coffee on registration
  • A delicious two course meal
  • The chance to win special prizes!

Sponsorship of a hole on the course costs £150

This will include:

  • Sponsorship of a hole of your choice with a flag with your logo
  • Pre-made social media content for your social channels
  • A special mention on this event page
  • Special mentions on MedEquip4Kids social media updates before, during, and after the event

If you are interested in registering a team or sponsoring a hole contact our Corporate Fundraiser Hayden at hayden.cowap@medequip4kids.org.uk

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“Infections of the central nervous system need urgent and appropriate treatment. Most laboratory methods can take from 24 to 48 hours for diagnosis of bacterial meningitis and three to seven days for diagnosis of viral meningitis or encephalitis. The new equipment will mean we can get results of these tests in around an hour. We’ll be able to inform the clinicians of a positive result, allowing targeted therapy and reassurance to the patients and families. Just as important is the reporting of negative results, which may enable treatment withdrawal and possibly a shorter hospital stay.”

Dr Pradeep Subudhi
Consultant Microbiologist
Royal Bolton Hospital

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