gc4BITA, the British Industrial Truck Association, held its 2010 Golf Day at Moor Hall Golf Club on 14 September 2010.

James Clark, BITA Secretary General, comments: “A total of 46 players set off in the morning in dry weather which changed to wind and heavy showers then clearing to a fine evening! The Moor Hall Golf course was in excellent condition and it seemed that everyone thoroughly enjoyed their day’s golf over 18 holes.  Supper was attended by 45 members and friends and their previous year’s Club Captain, Canon Frank Longbottom joined James in the prize-giving at the end of supper. The BITA President Tim Waples also joined everyone for supper.

“As a new departure the golfers donated a total of £250 to a deserving charity – Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice in North Aston. “We look forward to returning to the beautiful Moor Hall Club venue for another memorable day out on 13th September 2011.”

gc11BITA would like to thank both Club staff, for working hard to ensure all guests had the best possible day, and its generous sponsors: Albury Asset Rentals-BNP Paribas Group, Quartz Publishing and Exhibitions Ltd. (IMHX 2010), Warehouse & Logistics News (who also provided refreshments on the course), Powercell Industrial Battery Engineers Ltd, Briggs Equipment UK Ltd, Curtis Instruments (UK) Ltd and Razor Public Relations Ltd.

The 2010 Results are as follows


1st Adam Ballie of Travis Perkins

2nd John Davenport of Toyota Material Handling UK

3rd Kelvin Dando of Powercell Ltd

Ladies Prize Clare Beardmore of Dalen Ltd


1st David Harpen, Chas Day, Adam Ballie and Mike McGing

2nd Toyota Material Handling team

3rd Exide team

4th Briggs team

Nearest the Pin:

Mark Newman – Briggs Equipment UK Limited

Longest Drive:

John Wells of Exide

Nearest the Pin for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice:

Mike McGing of M&M Fabrication Ltd

BITA   James Clark, Secretary General

Tel. 01344 623800

email james.clark@bita.org.uk


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