Arthurs Vauxhall were proud to be part of a Charity Golf Day, organised by The Movement Centre at Henlle Park Golf Club.
A New Vauxhall Viva, supplied by Arthurs was the prize for winning a hole in one on the 4th hole.
It was a lovely dry day for the event and although all the teams had lots of fun trying, the prize of the Viva was not won.
The Movement Centre is a charity helping children to achieve movement control and is based at The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Hospital.
Most of us take for granted the ability to control our heads, to sit, stand and walk, however children with cerebral palsy, or other developmental delays, require specialist therapy to help them achieve these. Drawing on specialist physiotherapists and bio-engineers, the Centre has pioneered Targeted Training. Targeted Training is a unique, highly effective and evidence based movement control therapy that works.
Arthurs Vauxhall were very pleased to be part of this Event with all money raised going to this very worthy cause.
Pictured is David Goldthorpe, Retail Operator for Arthurs Vauxhall with Curtis Langley, the Event organiser from the Movement Centre, the Vauxhall Viva, (pictured at the top) a team photo together with Curtis Langley & the 4th Hole at Henlle Park Golf Club.