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A FAREHAM-based charity is hoping that golf lovers will come down and tee-off to raise money for children with cerebral palsy.

The Rainbow Centre is holding its annual golf day at The Downs golf course at Goodwood, Chichester, on Thursday, April 25.

Along with an 18-hole round of golf, there will be a two-course lunch, an auction and a raffle, including a prize of a luxury three-day charter on board a yacht that sleeps up to 12 people.

Sarah Lake, project fundraiser, said: ‘We are hoping it will be a fantastic day and that it does not snow. We hope that everyone taking part has a good day golfing while raising money for our cause.’

The centre is a charity which helps children with neurological impairment and their parents, adults with Parkinson’s Disease, MS and those that may have suffered a stroke or head injury.

Tickets for the day including golf and meal are £100.

To get involved or register for the day contact Sarah Lake on (01329) 289500 or email