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Barnwood hosts successful golf day

Gloucester-based building firm Barnwood Ltd hosted another successful corporate golf day yesterday (Thursday).

Barnwood has been trading for over 60 years and has 200 staff and is one of the most well known and respected construction companies in the South West.

Clients, suppliers and staff made up 11 teams of four playing a Texas Scramble at the event at Lilley Brook Golf Club, Cheltenham.

The golf was played in a mixture of sunshine and rain, but that didn't dampen the enthusiasm of those who took part.

The third-placed team scored 54 points, second 52 points and the winning team of Ben Anderson, James Bennett, John Gibson and Mike Evans registered 50 points. editor Mark Owen, who took part in the golf day, said: "It was another successful golf day with Barnwood. The course was amazing, although it was very hilly and challenging."

After the golf, a lovely three-course meal was laid on for competitors.

Simon Carey of Barnwood thanked everyone for taking time out of their busy schedules to take part in the event, which he said was really appreciated.

"The clubhouse staff provided wonderful service," added Mark.

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