Vision4Sport Events donate large sum to Wooden Spoon Scotland

Wooden Spoon Scotland would like to thank Karl Wesson, Chris Newbold and the team at Vision4Sport Events for their generous donation of £1,563, which will go towards helping children facing disadvantage north of the border.

Karl and Chris both played golf to a high level and now produce tailored trips which take people to some of the biggest sports events on the planet.

The company was founded to merge a love of sport and the unique thrill that comes with the opportunity to see the world’s best compete.

One of the events that Vision4Sport attends each year is the glamorous Monaco Grand Prix and during that weekend they hold an auction.

This year, Karl and the team chose Wooden Spoon Scotland to donate a portion of the money to from the auction.

Karl explained:  “I have had a good relationship with Charlie Bryden, the Wooden Spoon Scotland chairman, for many years and I love the work that the charity does to help youngsters from many different backgrounds.

“As a result it was Vision4Sport’s pleasure to donate money to the charity and we look forward to hearing about the projects that it helps with in the future.

“It was also an honour to present the cheque to former Scotland stand-off Craig Chalmers, as myself and Chris remember watching him in many games against England in the past.”

Chalmers, a proud supporter of Wooden Spoon Scotland who won 60 Scotland caps between 1989 and 1999 and was on the 1989 British & Irish Lions tour.

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