Golfers from West Essex Golf Club in Chingford raise £7,000 for The Dream Factory

Golfers raise £7,000 for children's charity

Vicky Gynn and Mary Randall at the cake stall. EL34250-2

Club Captain Barbara Ingram (left) with The Dream Factoy's Avril Mills. EL34250-3

Crowds at the busy shoe stall. EL34250-4

L-R, Janet Connor, Pam Lacy, Maggie Cook and Lyn Sanders. EL34250-5

Dianne Mason, Anne Trussell and Julia Newman with prize winners Joyce Bellett and Mary Nathan. EL34250-6

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East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Photograph of the Author by , Senior reporter

Golfers raised £7,000 for a children’s charity at a coffee morning today.

West Essex Golf Club Ladies’ Section sold toys, homemade cakes, plants and much more to collect

the cash for The Dream Factory, a charity which grants the wishes of children with severe illnesses.

Around 45 members of the golf group helped organise and run the 12 stalls between 10am and 1pm at the golf club in Bury Road, Chingford, and had around 200 visitors.

Club captain Barbara Ingram, 65, said: “It went so well but I was in tears. We got very emotional because it’s a good amount of money and it’s going to a great cause.”

The golfers are due to present the money to the charity at an event at the club on February 26.

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