Charity Golf Day

On Friday 29th July 2016.
In aid of St Andrews Hospice, the Grimsby BGG and Bridge McFarland Solicitors are holding a charity golf day. For more information on the charity golf day, or if you wish to apply for participation you can click the liniks below.

Visitor Morning

On Tuesday 1st March 2016.
We are pleased to announce that our next ‘Visitor Morning’ is to take place on Tuesday 1st March at Laceby Manor Golf Club starting at 7.30am.
Our guest speaker for the event is Colin McGurran of Winteringham Fields.
If you would like to join us for breakfast and then see how the group works please contact us to book your place at

Visitor Morning

On Tuesday 27th October 2015.
Here at the BGG we are always looking for new businesses to enjoy the success that all our current members receive through BGG membership.
We are a referral based network group, but we operate with no pressure to proivde business around the table! It just happens naturally.
If you would like to see how it works, please join us for our visitor morning event on Tuesday the 27th October. We are offering a free cooked breakfast for you to enjoy as part of this visitor experience. Please contact us on 01472 289161 to book your place.

Golf Day at Laceby Manor

On Friday 21st August 2015.
In aid of St. Andrew's Hospice, Grimsby in conjunction with Laceby Manor Golf Club.
This was a team event with fish and chips available on the day.
Click here to view pictures from the Golf Day event.

It's a hole load of cash!

A cheque for £1,500 was presented by Ray Pearson, front, centre left, chairman of the Grimsby Business Generation Group, to Angela Greenfield, St Andrew's Hospice fundraiser at Laceby Manor Golf Club, as other members look on. The money was raised during a charity golf day at the club last month.

A CHARITY golf day swung into action to raise a cool £1,500 for Grimsby's St Andrew's Hospice.

Members of the Grimsby Business Generation Group teed off at Laceby Manor Golf Club for the largest event in the group's seven-year history.

A total of 22 teams took part in the competition, which organisers now hope to turn into an annual event.

The tournament was won by a team from Howdens Joinery, although the £10,000 prize for achieving a hole-in-one sadly went unclaimed.

After tackling the course, competitors lunched on fish and chips, raising a total of £1,500 for the hospice's Building On Care appeal.

The Grimsby Business Generation Group is represented by owners of trade businesses, including joinery, plumbing and electrical firms, solicitors, estate agents, accountants and driving instructors, and meets every week at the golf club for it business breakfasts.

"We looked for a charity that is local and the hospice is one which is close to the hearts of our members.

"We would like to thank Roger Burnett and his staff at Laceby Manor Golf Club for hosting the golf day, which we hope to make an annual event.

"We would also like to thank Mally Campbell, Adam Bell, Bob Reynolds and Steve Pickett for their help on the day."

As previously reported, the hospice site in Peaks Lane is currently being rebuilt in a £6.5 million project. The appeal was launched to raise £2.5 million of that total with the public's help.

The hospice is the Telegraph's charity of the year for 2014.

Hospice representative Lauren Alexander said: "We are absolutely thrilled at the support the group gives us – not only through this event, but ongoing, too.

"We send our grateful thanks to everyone involved, and particularly to those who spent a day on the course with the hospice in mind."

Sponsors of the event included: Nunns of Grimsby, Classic Cars, Newby Leisure, Abey Furnishings, North Lincs Tyres, Tony Diable Roofing, BCJ Construction, John Clark Repairs, R Wardle Butchers, CJ Powder Coatings Ltd, Howden Joinery, Albert Darnell Ltd and Mr and Mrs Todd.

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