SAVE OUR VILLAGE PUB!

© Save the Cabinet Action Group 2018

Golf day at Barkway Park - 21 September

A fine golf day on 11 May

Fifteen teams of keen golfers took part in our fundraiser at Barkway Park Golf Course on 11 May.  Some 32 businesses sponsored holes.  All of this contributed to the Save the Cabinet Fighting Fund, which will help us cover the costs of defending the appeal against refusal of planning permission on The Cabinet.  The day raised a total sum of over £3,470, which is a fantastic contribution.  But we still have a long way to go, so please look out for more fundraising events. Thank you to everyone who took part, who bid at the post-match auction, to sponsors and donors, and, of course, to Bernie Morss and the team at Barkway Park Golf Club.

The Save the Cabinet Action Group is pleased to

announce a Golf Day at

Barkway Park Golf Club

Friday 21 September 2018

Tee-off at 1230

Teams of 4    £100 per team*

Following the success of the Golf Day on 11 May, we’re delighted to announce another event at Barkway Park.  Barkway Park is a long and challenging 18-hole golf course set in a beautiful area of Hertfordshire. The course is often described as an inland links, due to the blustery weather frequently encountered.   Here’s how the club itself describes the course: “Being Par 74 it may seem quite daunting, however, there are a mixture of holes including five Par 5's, which offer some great opportunities for birdie. Some long tough Par 4's, which will really test your long game, and three very different Par 3's that allow you to use all the irons in your bag.” The intention is to play four ball, better ball.  This will ensure that golfers of all abilities will be able to contribute to the team’s total score.   Teams of four all play the ball to the pin; however, only the two best scores count on the score card.  This will be calculated by the Stableford method.  The maximum handicap will be 20, unless a handicap card is produced. Included within the entry fee is a light supper (around 6pm).  This part of the event will be complemented by a small auction – all aiming to raise money for the Save the Cabinet Fighting Fund – so don’t forget your wallet! This is a great opportunity to support the campaign to save the historic Cabinet pub, while enjoying a splendid afternoon of sport.

Sponsor a hole

Whether or not you are a golfer, you can show your backing for the campaign to save The Cabinet by sponsoring a hole.  For £50, you can have your name or company on an A3 poster located by the tee.   Contact us by email for details.

Enter your team!

To enter your team or to sponsor a hole, please contact Mike by email or telephone 07702 615960.  You can download an entry form here But don’t delay, as places are limited! *If you’d like to take part but can’t raise a team, contact us anyway.  We may well be able to match you up with a team.

Thank you …

to all the local pubs who are helping by displaying posters for the event, some of whom are featured in the photoset here. And thank you, too, to Adrian Baxter, who valiantly visited all these pubs in order to obtain the photos.  It’s a horrible job, but somebody has to do it …!

SAVE OUR VILLAGE PUB!

© Save the Cabinet Action group 2017 

Golf day

The Save the Cabinet Action Group is

pleased to announce a Golf Day at

Barkway Park Golf Club

Friday 21 September 2018

Tee-off at 1230

Teams of 4    £100 per team*

Following the success of the Golf Day on 11 May, we’re delighted to announce another event at Barkway Park.  Barkway Park is a long and challenging 18-hole golf course set in a beautiful area of Hertfordshire. The course is often described as an inland links, due to the blustery weather frequently encountered.   Here’s how the club itself describes the course: “Being Par 74 it may seem quite daunting, however, there are a mixture of holes including five Par 5's, which offer some great opportunities for birdie. Some long tough Par 4's, which will really test your long game, and three very different Par 3's that allow you to use all the irons in your bag.” The intention is to play four ball, better ball.  This will ensure that golfers of all abilities will be able to contribute to the team’s total score.   Teams of four all play the ball to the pin; however, only the two best scores count on the score card.  This will be calculated by the Stableford method.  The maximum handicap will be 20, unless a handicap card is produced. Included within the entry fee is a light supper (around 6pm).  This part of the event will be complemented by a small auction – all aiming to raise money for the Save the Cabinet Fighting Fund – so don’t forget your wallet! This is a great opportunity to support the campaign to save the historic Cabinet pub, while enjoying a splendid afternoon of sport.

Sponsor a hole

Whether or not you are a golfer, you can show your backing for the campaign to save The Cabinet by sponsoring a hole.  For £50, you can have your name or company on an A3 poster located by the tee.   Contact us by email for details.

Enter your team!

To enter your team or to sponsor a hole, please contact Mike by email or telephone 07702 615960.  You can download an entry form here.  But don’t delay, as places are limited! *If you’d like to take part but can’t raise a team, contact us anyway.  We may well be able to match you up with a team.

A fine golf day on 11 May

Fifteen teams of keen golfers took part in our fundraiser at Barkway Park Golf Course on 11 May.  Some 32 businesses sponsored holes.  All of this contributed to the Save the Cabinet Fighting Fund, which will help us cover the costs of defending the appeal against refusal of planning permission on The Cabinet.  The day raised a total sum of over £3,470, which is a fantastic contribution.  But we still have a long way to go, so please look out for more fundraising events. Thank you to everyone who took part, who bid at the post-match auction, to sponsors and donors, and, of course, to Bernie Morss and the team at Barkway Park Golf Club.

Thank you …

to all the local pubs who are helping by displaying posters for the event, some of whom are featured in the photoset here. And thank you, too, to Adrian Baxter, who valiantly visited all these pubs in order to obtain the photos.  It’s a horrible job, but somebody has to do it …!