Sutton Bridge Golf Club lady members past and present enjoy centenary tea party

12:46 06 June 2014

Guests enjoy the tea party.

Guests enjoy the tea party.

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About 45 past and present lady members of Sutton Bridge Golf Club came together for a tea party held to mark the club’s centenary.

Brenda Barton cuts the centenary cake.Brenda Barton cuts the centenary cake.

A celebration cake was cut by the club’s longest serving lady member Brenda Barton, who has been there for 50 years.

Further centenary celebrations are planned during the year, including a taster day on July 24 when free lessons with the club professional will be on offer and all equipment provided.

To book phone 01945 582447 or 01406 350323 or e-mail sbladies@sbgolfclub.plus.com. Closing date is July 13.

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