GOLFERS were in full-swing as they teed off to raise more than £30,000 for two very worthy causes.

Over 150 employees took part in Bewley Homes' annual charity golf day which raised money for Sebastian's Action Trust in Crowthorne and Guide Dogs.

The event which took place at Sandford Springs Hotel and Golf Club near Newbury, saw 36 teams compete in mini competitions.

Golfers were in with a chance to win prizes by taking part in a putting challenge to win a magnum of Champagne, plus a hole in one contest on the 14th hole to win an Audi A3 Sportback.

Team members from Lite Speed Construction Systems won the overall golf day event.

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The golf contest followed an evening dinner where 187 guests donated money to help fundraise for the two chosen charities.

A raffle was also held where winners took home a gin experience from the Bombay Sapphire Distillery, lunch for two and more.

Andrew Brooks, Bewley's managing director, said: "Our annual golf day is a highly popular event in the Bewley calendar and we are absolutely thrilled with how much was raised this year.

"Both Sebastian's Action Trust and Guide Dogs do outstanding work and we are delighted to be able to help them with this outstanding fundraising total.

"We want to thank all concerned for their attendance, generosity and enthusiastic golf performance."