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ADEY golf day aids charity

ADEY Professional Heating Solutions’ annual Northern Golf Day at the Breadsall Priory club in Derby was a huge success raising over £3,000 for first aid training charity, Millie’s Trust.


Attended by 80 of ADEY’s customers including installers, contractors, merchants and specifiers, teams of four took part in the shotgun start. The top three teams were awarded prizes with the winning quartet comprising John Vaughan, ADEY’s CEO; Peter Mills from Riteway P&H; Andrew Maclagan from Travis Perkins; and Dave McGough from DJ McGough.


There were prizes for the two best individual scores, one for the player with a handicap below ten and one for the player with a handicap above ten. Prizes were also awarded for closest to the pin and the longest drive while the 14th hole hosted a ‘beat the professional’ competition against pro-golfer Steve Carter.


The day finished with a dinner in the club house which included an auction and entertainment from comedian Gary Marshall.


ADEY CEO, John Vaughn said: “This golf day is now a regular fixture in our calendar at ADEY and we’re thrilled to have raised so much for Millie’s Trust. 

ADEY Northern Golf Day
ADEY Northern Golf Day

It was a fantastic location with a really high standard of play and everyone seemed to thoroughly enjoy the day.


“It’s a great opportunity for us to spend time with our key customers and contacts, many of whom have been supporters of ours for many years. We’d like to say a big thank you to our sponsors; Grundfos, Pegler Yorkshire, QRL Radiator Group, PTS, Worcester Bosch and Danfoss. We’re already looking forward to next year.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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