Last chance to book for charity boules tournament in Somerset

Regional property developer, Summerfield, is inviting local businesses and organisations to book a team for their 2014 charity boules tournament, which is being held in Taunton in support of the Somerset Crimebeat Trust.

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This year’s tournament for around 40 teams is being held on Thursday 4 September at Woodlands Castle in Taunton, from 1.45pm till 6.00pm. Drinks will be available throughout, with a buffet served late afternoon. Entering a team costs £80, with proceeds going to charity, or £100 with additional £20 going straight to the Somerset Crimebeat Trust.

Teams of three or four people will compete for boules prizes while enjoying an afternoon of business networking, and all for a good cause. Prizes will also be given for those wishing to come in fancy dress.

Event organiser, Ben Trickey of Summerfield, said: “Following the success of our previous charity boules tournaments, the interest in participating this year has already been very good. With around eight places remaining for teams to enter this year, I would urge people to get in touch and register their interest as soon as possible.”

Somerset Crimebeat Trust aims to give young people in Somerset the opportunity to combat crime, and causes of crime, in their community. The charity is led by the High Sheriff of Somerset, Richard Lloyd, who is also Summerfield’s executive chairman.

To book tickets and enter your team, contact Gill Ellis from Summerfield on 01823 257961 or fill in an application form on Summerfield’s website http://www.summerfield.co.uk/taunton-boules-tournament.php

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Photo caption:Players at last year’s Summerfield charity Boules Tournament (left to right) Mark Blackwell from Summerfield, Terry White from Lloyds TSB, Dave Partridge from Summerfield, Andrew Sanders from Lloyds TSB, Richard Nicol from Summerfield and Andrew Smith from Lloyds TSB.

About Summerfield:

Summerfield is an award-winning developer with a longstanding reputation for delivering quality buildings and offering a professional, personal service to customers.

Established in central Somerset in 1987, Summerfield evolved from a family run construction company founded in 1823. Drawing on a deep store of local knowledge and experience, Summerfield builds a range of commercial and residential properties to high construction and environmental standards.

Operating across the South West, Summerfield’s extensive property experience includes office, retail and leisure buildings, and industrial estates. In addition, the company holds a portfolio of commercial buildings with a variety of leasing options.

With a strong track record of delivering quality residential property, Summerfield offers a selection of homes ranging from two-bedroom affordable coach houses to three, four and five-bedroom prestige properties. Every home is designed to complement its setting, incorporating a traditional style typical of the local area with character features and unique finishes. Built using the latest construction techniques, all Summerfield homes come with a ten-year warranty.

Summerfield offers a friendly and personal approach to business that is based on trust, openness and reliability. Summerfield’s vision is clear – to provide quality properties and service.

Think property. Think South West. Think Summerfield. http://www.summerfield.co.uk/

About Somerset Crimebeat:

Somerset Crimebeat is a scheme launched in 1998 whose aim is to give young people up to the age of 25, an opportunity to help combat crime and the causes of crime in the community. Its objectives are to:

  • promote a safer and improved quality of life through the prevention of crime
  • provide young people with the opportunity to use their energy and imagination to develop crime prevention initiatives
  • advance education amongst young people about the cause and effect of crime, as well as the dangers of alcohol, drug and solvent abuse

http://somersetcrimebeat.org/