Angel Springs putts charity first for Arthritis Research’s charity golf day

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Angel Springs Ltd is providing a donation of bottled water for golfers at Arthritis Research’s UK Charity Golf Day on October 7.

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Angel Springs Ltd is providing a donation of bottled water for golfers at Arthritis Research’s UK Charity Golf Day on October 7.

Angel Springs, the UK’s leading service provider of both bottled and mains-fed water coolers, is providing a donation of bottled water to support the Arthritis Research’s UK Charity Golf Day on October 7.

It will be the 14th year running that Arthritis Research has organised the event. And Angel Springs, based in Ettingshall, Wolverhampton, is helping out again, providing free water for participants to drink.

The company has helped support Arthritis Research before, as part of its Angels in the Community charity scheme.

It will provide sports bottles for the golfers and one-litre bottles of water for the October 7 event, which is being held at Whipsnade Park Golf Club in Berkhamsted.

John Murphy, commercial director for Angel Springs, explained: “Arthritis Research is a UK-wide charity working to help alleviate the strain for sufferers of arthritis. It helps fund research into causes, treatments and cures for arthritis, whilst campaigning for better support for those living with the condition.

“Angel Springs set up the Angels in the Community scheme to provide ongoing support for important charities like Arthritis Research, and we’re really pleased to help out with the UK Charity Golf Day on October 7.”

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Angel Springs is the longest-running water cooler company in the UK, supplying customers with fresh spring water, water coolers and water boilers for 21 years. The company employs 180 staff and is committed to working and developing successful relationships with local community groups, charities and businesses across the UK.

The Angels in the Community scheme supports charitable organisations across the UK.

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