The George Haydon Cup

For those of you like me who cannot imagine a day without sport in your life, you’ll quickly realise why meeting George and his wife Gillian was a very special day in my life. George passed away recently but has left me, and many others, with some very special memories that will last a lifetime.... Continue Reading →

Dementia-Friendly Golf Sessions Put Fun At The “Fore”

Here's a lovely guest blog from the Alzheimer's Society following a recent visit to see the special work we're doing to support families living with dementia. Recently, Programme Partnerships Officer Steven McFadyen visited people with dementia who enjoy playing sport and being active together. He is looking to support leisure centres, gyms and sports clubs... Continue Reading →

Golf Goes Head To Head With Dementia

This article was recently featured by the National Carers Association in their newsletter that goes to over 2000 people involved in the independent care sector. I hope you enjoy the read. Dementia is a growing crisis in society. In this special report, we look at Anthony Blackburn, social entrepreneur and the founder of Golf in... Continue Reading →

Golf Finally On The Health Agenda

It's taken a long time to get golf onto the health agenda of policy makers. Today we finally got a great mention during "Health Questions" in Parliament. A few weeks ago I was invited by the golf & health project to present our work to health minister Steve Brine at Wentworth. Steve was very impressed... Continue Reading →

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