Medi-buggy on par!
The County Golf Club in Church Brampton has received a new ‘Medi-Buggy’ courtesy of The Hawthorns independent senior living community in Northampton. The new buggy will be on permanent standby for the exclusive use of reaching any players who may fall unwell whilst out on the course.
Club Lady Captain, Pam Oliver, pictured at the controls, was pleased to receive the new buggy on behalf of the club, along with Club Manager, Rob Griffiths, seen holding the defibrillator unit. Pam’s husband, also a club member, was taken ill whilst on the course last year. On hearing of this, the Managing Director of Northampton based Avery Hawthorns Group, John Strowbridge, agreed to provide a dedicated buggy that could be dispatched with medical supplies at a moment’s notice. Thankfully Pam’s husband is now recovered. Presenting the Medi-Buggy to the club (pictured above) are (left) Mark Danis, Commercial Director Avery Hawthorns Group, and (right) David Seward, General Manager of the Hawthorns independent senior living community in Northampton, where several of the residents are still active members of the golf club.