A Night Of Crazy Golf At Trinity Theatre
Trinity Theatre’s inaugural Crazy Golf event got off to a swinging start with their “Big Six” Corporate Partners pitted against the Trinity Campaign Board, which included CEO Alex Green.
Set inside the striking Decimus Burton venue, the evening was attended by local business supporters, including INDEX magazine, volunteers, and Trinity staff – gamely sporting flowery leis and other festive apparel.
The nine-hole course presented plenty of obstacles, with a windmill, loop-the-loop, and other hazards, which seemed to severely tax some players (who have asked to remain nameless). There was also some creative play on display from certain quarters – a less sympathetic observer might have called it “cheating”.
Knight Frank, Trinity’s newest Partner, won the day, though that didn’t stop Gleeds and Buss Murton playing a second round in hopes of besting them. Trinity’s own grants manager Alison Kemp notched up three hole-in-ones to return the best score of the night.
The event followed the launch this month of Transform Trinity, a fundraising campaign to support the development of Trinity’s clocktower into a viewing platform and heritage attraction. The project would also facilitate essential conservation work, as well as opening up more space for the theatre’s community arts programme, including dementia choir Trinity Encore.
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Images: Natasha Hamilton-Walker