Mark Jones Memorial Golf Tournament and Auction

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On Friday, 25th May, the Mark Jones Memorial Golf Tournament & Auction is being held at the Chipping Norton Golf Club in Chipping Norton OX7 5QH

This event was started after the death of a well-known Chipping Norton personality, Mark Jones, in 2009. Mark died of Pancreatic Cancer at only 53 years old. He was a very keen golfer and when diagnosed had only six months to live. This is a ‘killer’ disease. A disease that has no symptoms. Help us today to raise funds for PANCREATIC CANCER UK! Come join us on the 25th May OR if you are unable to come along, please check out our website and Auction Items and make a bid for some of our wonderful donations ( or make a donation to the Mark Jones Memorial Golf Tournament & Auction c/o Gayle Eastell, 16a London Road, Chipping Norton, OXON OX7 5AX. The more people we reach, the more money and exposure we raise!

Founded in 1890, the Chipping Norton Golf Club is a scenic archetypical parkland course is set in glorious countryside just outside the market town of Chipping Norton, the ‘Gateway to the Cotswolds’.

The Golf Tournament will start from 12 noon and the Auction and Raffle entertainment will begin around 7:15 pm.

Please contact Gayle Eastell for further information on 01608 642242 OR gayleeas[email protected].

Gayle M. Eastell
Organizer & Fund Raiser
16a London Road,Chipping Norton, OXON OX7 5AX
Telephone 01608 642242
[email protected]

Chipping Norton Golf Club

Southcombe, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire OX7 5QH

Source: Gayle M Eastell

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