Two representatives from The Workshop’s elite sporting contingent triumphed – in their own special ways – at yesterday’s British Glass and Glass Academy Charity Golf Day.
The annual event – held this year at Cleckheaton Golf Club – provides a great opportunity for glass industry representatives to meet and network, with a full day’s golf followed by an evening dinner. What’s more, it raises much-needed funds for Dove House Hospice in Hull.
British Glass and the Glass Academy are valued clients and friends of The Workshop, and we were delighted to join them to enjoy a round of golf – and help raise money for a worthwhile cause.
Craig was narrowly beaten into second place in the individual competition, but he wasn’t too teed off (groan). The trophy was styled out of a chunk of glass cullet by fellow competitor Joe Walmsley of Daedalian.
After dinner there was a charity auction for various prizes and Dan won a round of golf for four at the club! What else could we do but challenge The Glass Academy team to a rematch? They have accepted, and the battle for golfing supremacy continues…