A big hand for the Acorn bridge day

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The and Ilkley-based , Acorn, held its annual Bridge Day at Goldsborough Hall last week attracting 84 bridge enthusiasts.

Mr and Mrs Mark Oglesby of Goldsborough Hall Hotel hosted the day which was kindly organised by Steve and Ruth Vollar.

The raised £1,075 for Acorn’s chosen charities – people with dementia and their carers in the Harrogate, and area and for research into scleroderma disease at Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

This year’s winners were Sue Harmer and Pauline Hall with Rosie Rastrick and Mandy Whone winners of the Grand Slam.

Chairman Louise Hanen said:

We are so grateful to Mark and Clare Oglesby for hosting this event again, to Steve and Ruth Vollar who helped us to organise the day and to everyone who supported us by donating our super raffle prizes.

Next year’s Bridge Day will take place at Goldsborough Hall on Thursday 13th November 2014.

If you would like to know more about Acorn go to www.acorncharity.org.uk or to the Acorn Facebook page or contact Louise Hanen on 01423 734876.

Main picture above: Grand Slam winners Rosie Rastrick and Mandy Whone.

Grand Slam winners Rosie Rastrick and Mandy Whone
Grand Slam winners Rosie Rastrick and Mandy Whone

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