Keeping within the strict guidelines for playing golf under the current restrictions, YVL in conjunction with Tall Pines Golf Club are to hold the event on Thursday 24 September. The event will be held in a different format from other years to ensure there is no gathering of more than 30 people in the public space areas, which means that tee times will be staggered throughout the day, and teams will be asked to arrive and leave within 30 minutes of completing their rounds after having an outdoor BBQ as an when they come off the course in their team bubbles.

Created by a family, for local families. Jessie May is a charity that provides hospice at home care for terminally ill children in Bristol and the surrounding area. The charity was set up in September 1994 by the parents of Jessica May Purrington, a little girl who died at home aged 4½ months from a genetic condition – Spinal Muscular Atrophy, surrounded by her family and her nurses. Jessica’s parents were determined to do what they could to enable other children with conditions like Jessica’s and their families to have support in their own homes and the choice to die at home when that time comes. After a lot of hard work and perseverance initial funding was secured, and Jessie May was officially launched in 1996. With 34 teams signed up, YVL are grateful to Tall Pines for their meticulous planning, and the support of all the teams and sponsors to allow us to raise much need funds for Jesse May.
First held in April 2013 the Yeo Valley Lions Club hold a charity Golf Day at Tall Pines Golf Course. It includes 18 holes of Golf, a two course buffet, competition prizes, and hopefully a great day.  During the last 7 years the Yeo Valley Lions’ golf days have raised over £30,000, where recipients have included Guide Dogs for the Blind, Children’s Hospice South West, Weston Hospice care, Cystic Fibrosis Trust and Blind Veterans UK  A Lions spokesman said “Thanks are due not only to the competitors but to all who sponsored the day and to the staff at Tall Pines Golf Club for their help and encouragement in achieving this wonderful result for a very worthwhile cause”

By entering a team of four (men, ladies or mixed), golfers will help raise vital funds for our chosen charity:

Golf 2020 Entry Form 2020 available here

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The inaugural Yeo Valley Lions charity golf day was In 2013, it was the Southern Spinal Injuries Trust (SSIT).

In 2014 it was the  Weston Hospice.

In 2015 it was Children's Hospice South West.

In 2016 it was  Guide Dogs for the Blind

In 2017 it was Cystic Fibrosis Trust

In 2018 it was Blind Veterans UK

In 2019 it was Brittle Bone Society


Yeo valley Lions Club's 7th Charity Golf Day

36 teams took part in this our most successful year to date. A total of £5600 was raised which was donated to the Brittle Bone Society and received on its behalf by Gareth Cumming. The day's event was won by Team Stanley Joseph.
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Team Stanley Joseph - The Winners! Gareth Cumming  of Brittle Bone Society 1st Tee

Yeo valley Lions Club's 6th Charity Golf Day

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Mark Pile of Blind Veterans UK

32 teams took part in our 2018 Charity Golf Day at Tall Pines Golf Club. The sun shone brightly on one of our most successful days so far. Thanks to everyone's generosity we raised a record breaking, grand sum of £5000 which was presented to Blind Veterans UK, accepted by Mark Pile and his faithful guide dog. With some intense competition the event was narrowly won by Team North Letherby

Yeo Valley Lions Club’s 5th Charity Golf Day 

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More than 130 golfers recently took part in the 5th annual charity golf day organised by Yeo Valley Lions Club at Tall Pines Golf Club. Played in ideal weather conditions, the match resulted in a narrow win for a team representing PIB Insurance Brokers of Bristol. At the end of the event Lion President Kevin Moore was able to present a cheque for £4,500 to David Wood representing the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, this year’s chosen charity. During the last 5 years the Yeo Valley Lions’ golf days have raised over £20,000, where recipients have included Guide Dogs for the Blind, Children’s Hospice South West and Weston Hospicecare. A note for golfers - next year’s event will take place on Thursday 26th April and teams of four will be more than welcome. Details will be on Yeo Valley’s website in due course. Special thanks to Tall pines golf course and butcombe brewery

Yeo Valley Lions Club’s 4th Charity Golf Day 

This was a very successful Golf day; everybody put on a brave face and did not let the dismal weather dampen their spirits. A total of £3,500 was raised for Guide dogs for the blind

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Yeo Valley Lions Club’s 3rd Charity Golf Day 

  Charity Golf Day 2015

A total of £4250 was donated to CHILDREN’S HOSPICE SOUTH WEST.

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