The Mayhew Animal Home in appeal to golf lovers

PUBLISHED: 12:04 13 August 2013 | UPDATED: 12:05 13 August 2013

Tiger, Birdie, Rory, Bogey, Sergio and Eagle arrived at The Mayhew

Tiger, Birdie, Rory, Bogey, Sergio and Eagle arrived at The Mayhew


An animal charity is inviting golf lovers to attend a special sporting event and raise funds for their cause.

Ticket information

Tier one: £60 ticket, which includes refreshments on arrival, 18-holes of golf, prizes and a 3-course meal.

Tier two: £30 ticket, which includes the 3 course meal and a presentation from The Mayhew.

The Mayhew Animal Home in Trenmar Gardens, Kensal Green, are holding their first ever charity Golf Day at Stanmore Golf Club next month.

The sanctuary is currently inundated with kittens including a stray litter which arrived yesterday who have all been named after sports personalities or golfing terminology due to the upcoming charity event.

It costs more than £3,400 a day to keep the rescue centre operational and money from the event will help care for kittens like Tiger, Birdie, Rory, Bogey, Sergio and Eagle.

The event is a four-ball stableford competition with best two scores counting on each hole and best three scores on all par threes.

There is a choice of two different types of tickets for the event on September 16.

Lisa Houlihan, The Mayhew’s events officer, said: “We are very excited to be hosting our first ever golfing event at Stanmore Gold Club and we hope to hear from lots of golf-enthusiasts keen to have a great day out and support our animals at the same time.”

To sign up for the event contact Ms Houlihan on 020 8968 2445 or email

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