Stars of stage, screen and sport headed to Loch Lomond last week to take part in the annual Caudwell Children Celebrity Golf Classic and helped raise thousands for disabled children.
Each celebrity played with a team of three paying guests and competed over two days against the stunning backdrop of the Scottish Highlands. The teams also enjoyed two nights at the five-star De Vere Cameron House Hotel including a gala dinner and awards presentation.
Hosting the event again was the Irish singer songwriter, Mikey Graham, he said: “We’ve had another great couple of days at this year’s event, with a fantastic bunch of celebrities joining me on the course.”
Local celebrities joining the all-star event are ex Scottish international footballers Andy Goram, Alan Rough and Derek Johnstone and boxer Ian McLeod.
Money raised over the two days will be donated directly to national charity, Caudwell Children.
Trudi Beswick, CEO of Caudwell Children, said: “We are thrilled with the turn out for this year’s golf event and we’re delighted to return to Loch Lomond. The event raises vital funds to provide practical and emotional support for sick and disabled children right across the country, we can’t thank our guests enough for their continued support.”
For more information contact the charity events team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01782 600611.