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Raise cash for RedR - and do it the fair way

NEW CIVIL ENGINEER'S first ever construction industry charity golf day is launched this week and intends to combine first class hospitality with raising over £10,000 for civils disaster relief charity RedR.

The NCE Charity Masters will be held on 10 May at Camberley Golf Club in Surrey. It will see four ball teams do battle over this British Open qualification course for a host of top prizes And to complete the day out the package will include full hospitality from breakfast through to the gala evening dinner. This will be followed by a celebrity entertainment programme and the opportunity to win a range of other top prizes.

The event will offer a relaxed day out in the company of friends and colleagues and will be an excellent opportunity to network and meet up with old and new industry contacts.

But it will also be an opportunity to improve your game with a golf clinic laid on. And if your game is not struggling and you fancy a flutter, take on a professional in the 'Beat the Pro' driving competition.

Be sure not to miss the chance to enter your team in this inaugural event by booking early.

There is also a range of ways to use the event to promote your own company via on-course advertising, logo balls and other sponsorship opportunities.

NCE will produce a special celebratory supplement alongside the event to help raise extra cash for charity. This will highlight the work of RedR around the world and demonstrate the need to boost the coffers of this special industry-backed charity.

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