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PICTURES: Barnwood Group Golf Day

Ross-on-Wye Golf Club was the host for the annual Barnwood Construction golf day.

The Gorsley course played host to a competitive day of golf and a chance for the firm to say thank you to its suppliers and corporate partners.

David Williams of the Rowntree Partnership took the individual prize with a score of 39 points while Nick Sherward, Neil Crowther, Kevin Farmer and Andrew Satherley took the team prize.

Speaking after play,  Simon Carey, managing director of Barnwood Group said: "The course was in magnificent condition and we all had a great day.

"A lot of you here will remember Chris Gabb, who passed away recently, he was one of our directors, the founding director of Barnwood Shopfitting and the driving force for the company for years.

"I would like you to all raise your glasses and give a toast to absent friends..."

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