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Welsh Hearts - Jack Thomas Memorial Golf Day & Appeal
23 May

Jack Thomas Memorial Golf Day

Calling all golf enthusiasts! If you fancy enjoying a day out on the course whilst raising money for a great cause, why not join us on Friday 2nd June for the Jack Thomas Memorial Golf Day here at Bryn Meadows Golf, Hotel & Spa

The entry fee is just £160 for a team. If you are a lone player or cannot get a team of four together, please don’t let this put you off; get in touch! The Welsh Hearts team will try to pair you with another team.

The day starts at 8:30am with drinks and bacon roll on arrival followed by a shotgun start at 10am. After an enjoyable day on the course, it’s back at the club house where you will be greeted with a drinks reception followed by dinner, prize presentation, raffle and an auction. All to help raise funds for such a good cause. 

If you are unable to attend this event, there are many other ways in which you can help support The Jack Thomas appeal.

  • Donating raffle / Auction prizes for the event
  • Making a donation through the Welsh Hearts Website
  • Holding a fundraising event within the community
  • Volunteering for the charity

Enquire today on 02922 402 670 or www.welshhearts.org/events 

Jack Thomas

Jack Thomas, a 15-year-old boy from Oakdale, Blackwood was a fit and healthy sports enthusiast who represented Wales all across Europe on several occasions in Taekwondo. An A* student, Jack had been successful in gaining a scholarship at Cardiff Sixth Form College. He was a loving boy with a promising future.

Whilst watching Wales V Scotland in a Six Nations rugby match at his girlfriends' house in Newbridge on the 12th February 2012, fit and healthy Jack collapsed and died suddenly from suspected Arrhythmia, although this has never been confirmed. 

Following his tragic and unexpected death, Jack's mum June & dad Grant backed a petition and handed it into the Welsh Assembly in 2014, which called for a Defibrillator to be placed in every public place in Wales – dubbed ‘Jack’s Law’.

Until Jack's Law is passed, Jack's parents, family and friends have set up ‘Jacks Appeal’ to provide AED devices to all schools in Wales.

June and Grant have been tirelessly fundraising ever since, and have placed an incredible 54 Defibrillators into Schools & public buildings across Gwent & the Rhymney Valleys to-date. Welsh Hearts are supporting the campaign by providing the Defibrillators and free CPR training to the schools & local communities.

The Jack’s Appeal campaign has already had a huge impact and has saved lives.

Welsh Hearts - Registered Charity number 1154109

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