Chris Hawkins, who recently took this year’s London 2 Paris 2023 ride, and Ramesh Parmar, who is the Enville Golf Club Captain, recently made a £19,000 donation towards Cure Leukaemia.

They are set to hold a Pro-Am Golf Day at their golf club, Enville Golf Club, which will be played in memory of a former club pro, Sean Power, who sadly died of a form of leukaemia.

The Sean Power Memorial Pro-Am golf day will take place on September 15th , right in the middle of Blood Cancer Awareness, and will see 18 teams take part to help raise money for the charity.

The golf day will consist of an 18-hole Pro-Am tournament, with a two course meal after play, refreshments on arrival and throughout, and premium branded team and hole prizes.

There are also still a few opportunities left for hole-sponsorship at £250 each, which will see the company logos and banner displayed on the day, with the funds raised being donated directly to Cure Leukaemia during Blood Cancer Awareness Month.

The golf day will be helping to raise vital funds for Cure Leukaemia, and Chris is hoping to raise £10,000 fundraising for the charity.

Chris took part in the charity’s London 2 Paris bike ride in June 2023, where he joined 150 other riders to cycle 500km across 4 days from London all the way through to Paris.