Nayland golfers support Sudbury charity

Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa giving cheque for ?2,000 to the Eden Rose Coppice. a charity that offers a palliative care retreat as well as providing hands on learning opportunities for people with physical and learning disabilities. Eileen Hands 2015 ladies Captain with husband Alan, AmandaHall committee member, Gwen Broadhead treasurer and Rob Brooks founder of Eden project.'Picture Mark Westley ANL-160121-235710009
Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa giving cheque for ?2,000 to the Eden Rose Coppice. a charity that offers a palliative care retreat as well as providing hands on learning opportunities for people with physical and learning disabilities. Eileen Hands 2015 ladies Captain with husband Alan, AmandaHall committee member, Gwen Broadhead treasurer and Rob Brooks founder of Eden project.'Picture Mark Westley ANL-160121-235710009
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The ladies golf club at Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa raised nearly £1,900 for Sudbury charity Eden Rose Coppice Trust.

The ladies decided to support a local charity , with some members having had personal involvement with the Coppice which offers a palliative retreat for cancer patients.

The money will help a fund to build a £4,500 Saxon pole house for children with disabilities, which the children will help to build.