Tea for two at Buckingham Palace

Owner of Wrag Barn Golf Club, Tim Manners enjoyed a very special tea for two with his mother, Sue Manners recently. Sue had been invited to HM The Queen’s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace in recognition of the amount of money raised over the years for the Home Farm Trust at Old Quarries, Avening that cares for people with disabilities.

Sue Manners with her son, Tim Manners 

Every year, Wrag Barn holds a charity golf day in aid of the Home Farm Trust and are very lucky to have lots of support from many friends and Golf Club members. Sue wanted to take Tim with her to say thank you to him for his support in loaning the golf course and Club facilities for the day. She would also like to thank everyone who enters teams for the annual event, donates and buys raffle and auction prizes and contributes behind the scenes. One regular visitor always buys a lot in the auction, which he proudly takes home explaining to his wife that he played excellent golf and won a prize!

Tim’s sister, Caroline, was born with Down’s Syndrome and, for many years, lived at Old Quarries, where she received the support and care that enabled her to live a full life surrounded by friends.