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1 November 2013
Congratulations to Preston Veterans Tennis Tournament for raising £600 in their annual tennis tournament for St Catherine's Hospice.
Mike Bailey (pictured) from Bailey Financial Services was one of the joint sponsors of the tournament.
Director of Haleys, Michael Lucas who plays in the tournament said "not only does the tournament make an annual contribution to St Catherine's , it provides an opportunity to meet players from other clubs in the area for a "friendly" competitive game of tennis.
It is great to see a local businessman like Mike helping such a great cause and at the same time encouraging participation in the sport in this area. However, it is disheartening to be referred to as a veteran at age 45!"Go Back
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