Featured above is Mere golf captains Paula Loftus and Mike Budd, with England cricket star, Jos Buttler
Prevent Breast Cancer were delighted to welcome England cricket hero, Jos Buttler, to an event held at The Mere Golf Resort and Spa, near Knutsford, Cheshire.
Buttler shared stories about his life on and off the pitch when attending this special charity lunch as a guest of Mike Budd, who has raised more than £20,000 for Prevent Breast Cancer during his year of office as men’s golf captain at Mere. Mike’s wife Sally is an ambassador for Prevent Breast Cancer, and together, they are inspirational. This event raised £14,000, with proceeds shared with Beat, the UK’s eating disorder charity.
Buttler was on top form, reliving how he captained England to victory in the T20 World Cup in Australia in November.
The cricketer also spoke about his experiences travelling the world as one of the superstars of the game.
I’m delighted to support Prevent Breast Cancer whose work is more important than ever, especially as breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK.
Hopefully, one day its research will bring about a world where breast cancer is preventable and thousands of lives are saved from ever experiencing this terrible disease.
Prevent Breast Cancer is a charity close to heart for our family. I want to thank Jos Buttler for taking time out from his busy schedule to entertain more than 220 guests with stories about his amazing career in cricket.
Prevent Breast Cancer would like to say a huge thank you to everyone involved in making the event such a success, with a special thanks to Mike Budd for his wonderful support for our charity during his year of office as men’s golf captain at Mere.
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