Back on 7th June 2019, the Charity Golf Day raised an incredible £17,866 for Chailey Heritage Foundation despite torrential rain! The day was sponsored by Hattons Royal Tunbridge Wells and The Abergavenny Arms in Tunbridge Wells. Daniel of Hattons Royal Tunbridge Wells is dad to Elliott, a pupil at Chailey Heritage School, and he wanted to do something special to raise funds for the charity.
The event involved players competing in teams of four through rounds. Once the competition finished there was a three-course meal, an auction and the presentation of awards.
The funds will be used to complete the Eye Gaze project and to kick start fundraising for Innowalk devices. Eye Gaze technology enables young people with limited movement to use computers with eye movement alone. An Innowalk is a motor-operated motion therapy device that will give young people with disabilities the chance to move their legs and arms in both sitting and standing positions.
Thank you to Hattons Royal Tunbridge Wells and The Abergavenny Arms for the generous support. Thank you for helping to purchase this new, amazing equipment for the young people to use.