Golfers from Logic Wealth Planning travelled to Spain recently to join celebrities and sports stars to take part in a golf fundraiser for Caudwell Children.

The annual event at La Manga Club, near Murcia, raises vital funds from rounds of golf and charity auctions.

Caudwell Children’s charity was founded in March 2000. It transforms the lives of disabled children across the UK. Moreover, it acts as a safety net for families unable to gain the help they need.

The founder is John Caudwell, the former Chief Executive of the Caudwell Group. He pays the charity’s annual administration and management costs. This means that other donations go directly to the children and families the charity supports.

Football legends

Liverpool football legends Ronnie Whelan and Alan Kennedy played this year. They were joined by former footballer Clarke Carlisle. He also appears as a TV pundit and is an ambassador for the Kick It Out campaign.

From TV fame, Daniel Casey of Midsummer Murders played some fine golf. He teamed up with Logic Wealth Planning’s Managing Director, Yianni Theodorou, Paul Thomas and Peter Kirby.

Paul Thomas, Yianni Theodorou, Daniel Casey and Peter Kirby at La Manga golf course

Paul Thomas, Yianni Theodorou, Daniel Casey and Peter Kirby at La Manga golf course

Yianni said: “It’s a pleasure supporting this annual fundraiser. It’s such a well-organised event and it ensures that some amazing work is done with many deserving families in the UK.

“Of course, as a Liverpool fan, it’s a real treat teaming up with players that I once watched.

“It was also a pleasure to have been teamed up with Daniel over the two days. He’s a great guy to be around and his golf isn’t too bad either!”

Logic’s Head of Risk & Compliance, George Bylett, is a keen golfer. He managed to join Ronnie Whelan and Alan Kennedy’s team.

Caudwell Children golf event

Another great total raised

At a Gala Dinner in the evening, the Liverpool legends took part in a Question and Answers session. Crucially, the total raised for the charity exceeded £8,500.

If you are interested in supporting or taking part in events with the Caudwell Children charity call 01782 433750 or email