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MJM Marine has teamed up with a number of suppliers to organise a Charity Golf Day later this month in aid of the Starburst Sensory Project at Rathore Special School.

The Golf Day on 31 May at Warrenpoint Golf Club will raise much needed funds for the Starburst Sensory Project which MJM Marine has chosen for its nominated charity for 2019.

Conor Matthews, pupil at Rathore School helps launch MJM Marine’s Charity Golf Day in aid of the Starburst Sensory Project at Rathore School.
Conor Matthews, pupil at Rathore School helps launch MJM Marine’s Charity Golf Day in aid of the Starburst Sensory Project at Rathore School.

Speaking at the launch of the event, Gary Annett, CEO, MJM Marine thanked suppliers for their support: “MJM Marine is committed to supporting our local community and we are delighted to partner with the Starburst Sensory Project at Rathore School which will provide such an essential resource to children with challenging and complex needs. 

MJM Marine launch a Charity Golf Day in aid of the Starburst Sensory Project at Rathore School.  Pictured at the launch are (l to r) Chris Rodgers MJM Marine Finance Director, Kirk Jordan, MJM Marine Procurement Manager, Gary Annett, MJM Marine CEO and Amy Clarke (front) from Rathore School.
MJM Marine launch a Charity Golf Day in aid of the Starburst Sensory Project at Rathore School. Pictured at the launch are (l to r) Chris Rodgers MJM Marine Finance Director, Kirk Jordan, MJM Marine Procurement Manager, Gary Annett, MJM Marine CEO and Amy Clarke (front) from Rathore School.

"We have an excellent relationship with our supply chain and are pleased that so many of our suppliers, both local and international, have agreed to support our Charity Golf Day.  We are looking forward to an excellent day of golf and more importantly, raising much needed funds for this worthy cause.”

Mr Jim O’Hare and Carol McKeown from Rathore School joined MJM Marine along with two pupils, Amy Clarke and Conor Mathews who helped launch the Golf Day.

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