There were 96 walkers who took part this year in the annual Brooms Head to Yamba walk for Cystic Fibrosis on Sunday July 29.
Lynne Mowbray |
The annual LJ Hooker Maclean Coast to Course Charity Day for Cystic Fibrosis took place on Sunday July 29.
This was the 11th Brooms Head to Yamba
Coastal Walk and Golf Day, which raises money and awareness for Cystic
Event organiser Tracy-Lea Anderson said that this
year’s event had 96 walkers and over 60 golfers taking part.
“At the end of the walk, everyone joined up to have
lunch and a well earned cold drink on the back deck at the Yamba Golf &
Country Club,” Tracy said.
“Since the event began in 2008, we have raised over
$68,000 plus the proceeds from this year’s event, which are still being
“The day would not be possible without the support of
the team at Yamba Golf & Country Club, Geoff Ward from Wards Buses, Glynn
& Julie from Yamba Fishing and Charters, Phillip & Laurel Moore from
Yamba Kayaks, John Giese Artist, Seascape Apartments, Blueberries Maclean and
Lynne Stephens from the Body Shop, Yannick Martin and Shirley McPherson,” she
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