The Sick Children’s Trust Golf Day 2024

The Sick Children’s Trust Golf Day 2024

26 June 2024

Enjoy a day of golf, networking, gourmet BBQ and prizes at the stunning Brocket Hall Estate

The Sick Children’s Trust Golf Day hosted by Anton Du Beke 

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Enjoy 18 holes of golf at Brocket Hall, followed by a gourmet BBQ all hosted by Strictly legend Anton Du Beke  

Back by popular demand!  Our golf day will be taking place on Wednesday 26 June at Brocket Hall for the second year running.  It will once again be hosted by Strictly legend, golfing enthusiast and Ambassador for The Sick Children’s Trust – Anton Du Beke. 

On arrival, you will enjoy a late breakfast and use of the practice facilities before our shotgun start at 1pm. After 18 holes of golf in this stunning location, you’ll end your day with a gourmet BBQ. There will be opportunities throughout the day to win exciting prizes, as well as an exclusive post BBQ auction. 

What’s included 

  • Shotgun start  
  • Private use of the Oak Room, marquee and terrace 
  • Tea, coffee, fruit juice and bacon rolls on arrival  
  • Use of the academy 
  • 18 holes of golf on one of the championship courses 
  • Refreshments available on the course 
  • Celebrity guests  
  • Nearest the pin, longest drive and beat Anton competitions  
  • Post golf drink (bottle of beer/ soft drink) 
  • Gourmet BBQ 


  • You can enter as a team of 4 for £1,000 or as an individual for £250. 
  • All players must possess official handicaps 
  • Luxury accommodation at Brocket Hall is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact for more information   

Online booking is now closed, so to book your place please contact

Photos from our 2023 Golf Day

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