HELP ALAN & KEVIN IGGLESDEN RAISE FUNDS & AWARENESS FOR THE BRAIN TUMOUR CHARITY
IGGY GOLF DAY 2018
Former England and Kent fast bowler Alan Igglesden is hosting his fourteenth charity golf day, and from the previous very successful years we are hoping you will lend your support to help Alan raise funds for this worthwhile cause into brain tumour research.
Alan was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 1999, and ever since he has been striving to raise much needed funds to support this most worthwhile Charity.
Alan’s fund-raising efforts have totalled over £275,000.00 but he does not wish
to stop there! Alan has been a patron of previous charity Brain Tumour UK prior to their merger a few years ago, making the charity The Brain Tumour Charity.
If you enjoy playing golf, and would love the opportunity to meet and play with some very familiar faces of the sporting world, contact us on the details below. All proceeds from the charity golf day are going to a great cause; if you are unable to attend the event but would still like to contribute we would love to hear from you.
Finally we are always after sponsors, auction & raffle prizes as its always difficult to find items every year. If you know anyone who is willing to support please let us know.
IGGY GOLF DAY 2017
Former England and Kent fast bowler Alan Igglesden hosted his fourteenth charity golf day on Friday 20th October at Westerham Golf Club. As with all the previous years Alan was raising funds for brain tumour research - with over a quarter of a million pounds raised over the previous golf days. .
Joining Alan on the golf course were current Kent cricketers: Darren Stevens, Sean Dickson & Zak Crawley, KCCC legends: John Shepherd, Neil Taylor & Rob Key (who claimed his first-ever hole in one on the 4th hole) plus other sports stars John Salako (Crystal Palace FC & England), Martin Bicknell (Surrey CCC & England) & Richard Farquhar (Racing Trust).
Alan & his team-mates: John Shepherd, Roger Hyder & Richard Farquhar.
Alan chatting after the golf -with Rob Key about his hole in one.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE PHOTOS FROM IGGY GOLF DAY 2017
All proceeds from the charity golf days go to a great cause;
if you are unable to attend the event but would still like to contribute we would love to hear from you.
E.C.B. ENGLAND CAP HONOURS EVENING
On 22nd February, Alan - along with 200 other England cricketers (past & present) - was invited by the ECB to a special assembly at Lord's to collect commemorative caps in recognition for playing Test Match & ODI cricket for their country.
A.P. Igglesden proudly shows off his emboidered England cap alongside current England cricket star J.M. (Jonny) Bairstow.
Alan was deeply honoured to join so many of his former international team-mates and those who had gone before & after him in celebrating belonging to such a special 'club'.
For more photos of Alan enjoying his evening with other England stars, please click here.
BUY AN OFFICIAL 2017 CALENDAR
AS PART OF KEVIN'S CAPTAIN'S CHARITY AT
WESTERHAM GOLF CLUB (Home of the Iggy Golf Day).
This A4-size full-colour calendar hasbeautiful photos of the Westerham Golf Course & clubhouse, plus a seasonal reminder of Iggy Golf Day 2016 at WGC.
Calendars can be paid for & collected direct from Kevin at £5 each
They can be purchased online here (via PayPal)...
for UK postal delivery at £7 each (inc P&P).
PROFITS GO TO THE BRAIN TUMOUR CHARITY!
Click below to go to our shopping cart where you can order multiple calendars for £7 (inc P&P) in the UK.
IGGY GOLF DAY 2016 - Fri Oct 21st
Former England and Kent fast bowler ALAN IGGLESDEN hosted his 14th charity golf day in aid of Brain Tumour UK at Westerham Golf Club, Kent, on Friday 21st October.
This year, special guests included "A Question of Sport" captain Phil Tufnell & "Strictly Come Dancing" judge Len Goodman, plus a number of Kent cricketers and other sporting legends.
2016 Iggys Golf Day is being held in partnership with fellow Kent cricket legend Darren Stevens and his Stevo Benefit 2016.
Alan, a patron of Brain Tumour UK for many years, has raised more than £130,000 to help people diagnosed with a brain tumour and to fund research. His annual golf day and celebrity cricket matches are part of sporting and social calendars, and fantastic fundraisers too.
Alan Igglesden meets former Kent cricket team-mate Dave Fulton (2nd left) and his foursome on the 9th tee at Westerham Golf Club.
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Former England and Kent fast bowler Alan Igglesden is hosting his 14h charity golf day, and from the previous very successful years we are hoping you will lend you support to Iggy by helping raise valuable funds for this very worth while cause.
Alan was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 1999, and ever since he has been striving to raise much needed funds to support his chosen charity. Alan's fund raising efforts have totalled £150,000.00 but he does not wish to stop there!
Alan has been a patron of the charity for many years, and holds an annual golf day and arranges celebrity cricket matches with all proceeds going to the charity. Last year's golf day raised a magnificent sum of £12,800.00.
If you are not able to attend this year's event but feel you would like to support Iggy, his Just Giving page will accommodate any level of donation.
So please dig deep and donate now, every contribution is deeply appreciated.
Alan & Kevin Igglesden
BROTHERS IN ARMS
Alan and Kevin - organisers of Iggy Golf Day and more!
“Alan being my older brother was some what of a hero of mine. We were always brought up to be best friends by our parents." Kevin Igglesden
Alan & Kevin aren't the only ones in the Igglesden family raising money and awareness for the Brain Tumour UK charity. Alan's, then girlfriend, Liz represented the team in the London Marathon in 2010. The couple are now married.