Countdown to tee off
Golf Day
Fri 25 Jun 2021 7:36 AT Bradley Hall Golf Club, Holywell Green, Halifax,HX4 9AN

The Overgate Hospice Golf Day is renowned in Calderdale for being a wonderful event to be a part of whilst supporting your local hospice.

This friendly competition is held over 18 holes, to be played in teams of 3, and is open to men and women. 

The cost per team includes a meal after the game, refreshments on the 9th hole, prizes and a presentation in the evening. Prices vary depending on tee off time.

7.36am - 9.52am -> £150
10am - 12.56pm -> £170
1.04pm - 3.36pm -> £190
For more information or to sponsor one our tee boards please contact the Fundraising Team on 01422 387121 or email
18 Holes
Competitions on the day
Teams of 3
Presentation Evening


Romero Insurance Brokers

Romero Insurance Brokers is a chartered independent insurance broker. Our award-winning team is dedicated to providing the best customer service, always seeking innovative ways to provide the best cover for our clients. We’re delighted to sponsor Overgate Hospice’s Golf Day again this year. Romero is all about protecting people, and we’re incredibly proud to support a charity that shares our passion for helping others.
Lee Paszko, Branch Director of Romero Insurance Brokers Halifax, says: “As Overgate Hospice is a charity local to our Halifax Office, this is an ideal opportunity for us to invest in the community around us and make a real difference. We couldn’t be prouder to support this great cause.”

Smith Brothers Ltd

“Smith Brothers Ltd is a large, turnkey electrical contractor with over 20 years’ experience. Since our inception in 1999, we’ve worked on a vast portfolio of projects throughout the UK and overseas, both as an ICP and EPC contractor on schemes up to 132kV. We offer a range of services and can cater for everything from the delivery of a turnkey project – including the supply and commissioning of equipment and cabling installations from LV up to 132,000 volts – to ongoing preventative maintenance, ensuring your equipment continues to run smoothly.”