GOLFERS dressed up as Snow White and Prince Charming to help kick-start a year long fund-raising drive for a breast cancer charity.
Branston Golf and Country Club, off Fairway, temporarily became home to characters of a Disney classic as new lady captain Rebecca Smith and male captain Philip Gill dressed as Snow White and Prince Charming and were flanked by the seven dwarfs to help mark the Captain’s drive-in day.
The event, which officially welcomes the new club captains for the year, also saw the announcement that The Burton Breast Care Fund would be the chosen charity for all fund-raising during the next 12 months.
A spokesman for the club told the Mail: “More than £800 was raised at the Captains drive-in event through raffle tickets etc.
“This was an excellent start to an exciting fund-raising year for ‘ The Burton Breast Care Fund’ together with Branston Golf and Country Club.”
It has also been revealed that at least twelve couples are committed to the ‘ Branston’s Gone Cha Cha Crazy (B.G.C.C) competition in October taking place in the Branston Pavilion to raise funds for charity.
There will be 180 people watching as couples strut their stuff all for a good cause.