The 2nd annual Alchemy Golf Day in aid of the Mary Peters Trust was another success. Several companies again united together to champion the cause of this remarkable charity. Despite Mother Nature initially withholding her favour, a timely appearance of the sun just before our golfers teed off ensured yet another enjoyable day.
We extend a huge thank you to Callow Events for the remarkable planning yet again and of course to key supporting partners whose generosity made this event possible.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Sam Lesson, who delighted everyone with exceptional music just before dinner. A great highlight of the night was the live painting of the Titanic Quarters in Belfast, skilfully crafted by the talented Ajlaird Art. This masterpiece was eventually auctioned off, fetching a remarkable amount, with all proceeds contributing to the noble cause.
Portstewart Golf Club deserves a special mention for collaborating seamlessly with us and Callow Events, providing the ideal venue that contributed to the day's success. We are also immensely grateful to the award-winning Kirth Ferris, whose camera lens captured moments of sheer joy throughout the day, creating lasting memories for all in attendance.
The afternoon was enriched by a series of thought-provoking panel discussions that took place between our meals. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Stephen Watson, Andy Ward, Liam Botham and Darcy Hogg for sharing their profound knowledge and life experiences, which left us truly inspired.
Last but certainly not least, a hearty congratulations to the tournament's victors - Tuohy Construction. Your stellar performance on the greens truly stood out and deserves applause.
This extraordinary day would not have been possible without the collective efforts of everyone involved. Together, we have made a meaningful impact in support of the Mary Peters Trust, and we look forward to continuing our partnership in the future. Thank you all for being a part of this memorable event!