Money used to send 12 children to Honeypot House for their first respite break.
Those members of the toy and licensing industries who took part in May's Licensing Industry Charity Golf Day helped raise over £3,000.
The money raised from the tournament sent 12 children to Honeypot House for their first respite break. The children were all young carers, aged between seven and 11 years old.
Activities included swings, trampolines, an obstacle course, bikes, arts and crafts, plus a trip to Paultons Park theme park and a visit to Lepe Country Park.
The week was rounded off with a visit to the tractor show at Ower.
The charity would like to say a huge thank you to everyone involved in the Licensing Industry Charity Golf Day, in particular Andrew Levy, Kirsty Guthrie and Simon Gresswell.
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