An Abba Charity Tribute Night held at Taunton’s Oake Manor Golf Club has raised £1,500 for Charity Citizens Advice Somerset.

Citizens Advice Somerset is Oake Manor’s Club Captain’s Charity of the Year, and Captain Charles St George and his wife Tamsin were among those dressed up for the occasion in 70s Abba-inspired outfits on June 1.

The evening began with a buffet supper and dessert, followed by live performances from bands including Abba Fever and then a disco. Each ticket sold raised £5 for the cause.

Captain Charles St George and his wife Tamsin Captain Charles St George and his wife Tamsin (Image: Oake Manor)

Citizens Advice Somerset is a member of the National Citizens Advice network and offers good quality, independent advice so citizens don’t have to face complex problems alone.

The service provides free, confidential and impartial advice on many issues including welfare benefits, debt and money, housing, family, employment, immigration, discrimination, and help with food or fuel vouchers for those facing crisis due to financial hardship.

Oake Manor Golf Club Competition Results - June 8 2024

In the Oake Manor Golf Club Sunday Medal Competition Darren Cornwall won division 1 with score of nett 66, Terry Davies came second with nett 67 and Russell Foote was third with nett 69. Jonathon Owen won division 2 also with nett 66 which on count back was the best score of the day. Ashley Hewitt was second with nett 67 and Edward Winter came third with nett 70.

Cathy Sheppard won the Ladies Sunday Medal Competition scoring nett 70, Jane Clist came second with nett 75 while Kathy Salway was third with nett 77.

Michael Bright is the Seniors Champion for 2024 narrowly winning the Championship on Monday, with gross 79 beating Nigel Foster also gross 79 on count back, John Wall was third with gross 83. Nigel Foster won the nett Championship with nett 67, Geoffrey Medlicott came second with nett 68 while Mike Sheppard was third with nett 69.

Patricia Campbell won the Ladies Tuesday Stableford Competition with 31 points while Pepita Verge came second with 30 points and Jill Ramus was third.

On Tuesday the Ladies played the Ping 4 Ball Better Ball qualifying Competition where the winners represent the Club in the National Final at Thonock Park Golf Club in Lincolnshire. Pam Akers and Jenny Musgrove were the winners with 44 points in second place with 43 points were Ladies Captain Liz How and Jenny Swann while Tamsin St George and Charlotte Bolton were third also with 43 points.

Phillip Coleman won the Wednesday Midweek Stableford Competition with an excellent score of 42 points, Josh Martin came second with 40 points while Michael Bright was third with 39 points.