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Financial Services golf tornament aiming to raise £50,000

The Financial Services Sunshine Classic golf tournament will be held at Moor Park Golf Club on June 30.


The tournament is aiming to raise money to buy sunshine coaches for the Variety Club of Great Britain.


Last year&#39s inaugural tournament raised £50,000 to buy two coaches for the charity.


The tournament is open to anyone in the financial services industry that raises £1750 for the charity.

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