Pinkertons Estate Agents Get into the Swing of Things!

Posted on Friday, 21 April 2017 Posted in General by Victoria Pinkerton

Pinkertons Estate Agents Get into the Swing of Things!

Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke is hosting its annual Corporate Golf Day, kindly sponsored by Pinkertons Estate Agents, on Wednesday 31st May.  The event will take place on the Dufferin course at Clandeboye Golf Club, Co Down.

Victoria Pinkerton, Managing Director of Pinkertons Estate Agents, commented “Pinkertons is a great supporter of NICHS and has already raised £3,500 for the charity. We are delighted to be the principal sponsor for this fantastic event and are looking forward to the day, networking on the greens whilst raising vital funds for a local and very worthy cause”. 

The day will start at 11.30am with a light brunch before a shotgun start at 1pm, followed by a two course dinner, prize giving and a raffle. This is a great opportunity to network or entertain clients whilst also raising money for your local charity.

Victoria Ross, Corporate Fundraising Officer NICHS, said “We would like to thank Pinkertons Estate Agents for their ongoing support and for coming on board this year as the principal sponsor of our golf event. The Corporate Golf Day is a great opportunity to get out of the office into the fresh air and do something fun whist supporting your local charity. We look forward to meeting supporters on the course.”

Due to the event’s great success last year it raised an amazing £4,000 which enables NICHS to deliver its much needed services as current statistics show that over 200,000 people in Northern Ireland are living with a chest, heart or stroke condition and these illnesses cause a staggering 40% of adult deaths – one in two.

If you would like to book a fourball at the cost of £250 per team please contact Victoria Ross at Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke on 02890 266745 or email vross@nichs.org.uk


Pictured - From Pinkertons - Victoria Pinkerton Managing Director and Peter Morrison Branch Manager with Victoria Ross of NICHS