11 June, 2018 in Company News | Events

CavanaghKelly participating in 2018 Joint Industry Charity Golf Day

A Joint Industry Charity Golf Day taking place Monday 11 June at the Hilton Hotel and Country Club Templepatrick, in support of Kidney Care UK and Friends of Cancer Centre.

The 2018 Joint Industry Charity Golf Day is hosted by the Chartered Insititute of Highways & Transportation, NI Branch Concrete Society, NI Branch Institutue of Asphalt Technology, Institute of Quarrying and Quarry Products Association NI.

The proceeds of the event are going to two very worthy causes: Kidney Care UK and Friends of the Cancer Centre.

As Affiliate Members of QPANI, CavanaghKelly are delighted to be taking part in the event. Over 70 players enjoyed the golf and helped to raise over £4500.

Prize winners included:

1st Nett

Rob Ireland

Dennison JCB

2nd Nett

Olcan Kearney


Best Gross

Gary Clarke


1st Team Nett

Gordon Best
Peter Craven
Stephen Kelly
Gavin Maguire


2nd Team Nett

Neil Cooke
Olcan Kearney
Colin McGuckin


3rd Team Nett

Ian Calderwood
Cathal Cullen
Andrew Gillis
Rob Ireland

Dennison JCB

Nearest the Pin (4th hole)

Gordon Best


Nearest the Pin (9th hole)

David Luke

Congratulations on a HOLE IN ONE!


Longest Drive

(9th hole)

Brendan O’Hea


Longest Drive (16th hole)

Andrew Gillis

Dennison JCB


About the charities:

Kidney Care UK

Kidney Care UK, formerly the British Kidney Patient Association, is the UK's leading kidney patient support charity.

They have been at the cutting edge of supporting people with kidney disease for over 40 years, improving quality of life, funding vital posts within our Health Service, making small grants to enable kidney patients to make ends meet or go on desperately needed holidays, and fighting for the rights of patients in the corridors of power.

In Northern Ireland they have their first Charity Ambassador in Jo-Anne Dobson and a dedicated Advocacy Officer in William Johnson. Both have a deeply personal link with organ donation being a donor and recipient respectfully and work directly with patients to provide support services to improve the practical and emotional support they provide to those with kidney disease.

Your generosity will allow them to continue to invest over £2.2 million in patient support, over 1,350 individual patient grants and over £120,000 in ground-breaking patient centred research. Your support is fundamental to all that they do and in making sure they will be able to keep doing all they can to improve the quality of life for kidney patients and their loved ones.


Friends of the Cancer Centre

Friends of the Cancer Centre has a long and proud history of helping local cancer patients across Northern Ireland for over 30 years. 

Based at the heart of the Cancer Centre at Belfast City Hospital, the charity funds life-saving and life-changing projects that make a real and lasting difference to the lives of thousands of local people affected by cancer and in the last year alone, Friends of the Cancer Centre has put £1.2 million back into local cancer services


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