Golf tournament held in memory of March councillor Peter Tunley raises over £1,500

All those who took part in the Peter Tunley Memorial Day at the Thorpe Wood golf course.

All those who took part in the Peter Tunley Memorial Day at the Thorpe Wood golf course. - Credit: Archant

A golf tournament held in memory of a former March councillor raised over £1,500.

The winners of the Peter Tunley Memorial Day, Two And A Half Men.

The winners of the Peter Tunley Memorial Day, Two And A Half Men. - Credit: Archant

More than 30 golfers and their partners turned out at Thorpe Wood golf course in Peterborough to remember Peter Tunley, who died last year.

The day raised £1,548, which was donated to the Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice in Peterborough.

The winning team on the day was Two & A Half Men, comprised of Martin Trengrove, Sean Cross and Paul Purcell from March with 54 points.

A representative from Sue Ryder, Isobel Tunley and Michael Tunley after the Peter Tunley Memorial Da

A representative from Sue Ryder, Isobel Tunley and Michael Tunley after the Peter Tunley Memorial Day. - Credit: Archant

Peter’s son, Michael, said: “During the final weeks the staff from the Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice were amazing and the level of care and support they gave my family was simply brilliant.


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“Thank you to Rachel Cross, Nikki Purcell, Louise Tunley, Sophie Tunley and Olivia Tunley who helped, Craig Nichols and Lee Dolby who helped me organise the whole thing and to all the companies who gave raffle prizes.”

Some of the prize winners from the Peter Tunley Memorial Day.

Some of the prize winners from the Peter Tunley Memorial Day. - Credit: Archant

Some of the prize winners from the Peter Tunley Memorial Day.

Some of the prize winners from the Peter Tunley Memorial Day. - Credit: Archant

Former March councillor Peter Tunley, who passed away last year, pictured at Thorpe Wood golf course

Former March councillor Peter Tunley, who passed away last year, pictured at Thorpe Wood golf course. - Credit: Archant

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