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Talk with Ingram Murray – Sappers in the D-Day Gliders

Join us for a talk with Ingram Murray – Sappers in the D-Day gliders.

May 30, 2024

The World Famous Maldon Mud Race 2024

Take on the challenge! Run for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity at the Maldon Mud Race on 2nd June 2024.

June 2, 2024

Charity Golf Day – High Post Golf Club

High Post Charity Golf Day

Come and join the Army Benevolent Fund for our High Post Charity Golf Day on 4th June 2024 at High Post Golf Club

The course

With its stunning views, High Post Golf Club – named after the site of an ancient gallows – is located on the southern reaches of Salisbury Plain, close to Stonehenge and the historical cathedral city of Salisbury. The Course provides an enjoyable and challenging test for golfers of every level.


  • 4 Ball costs £240
  • Mulligans* available to buy on the day £10 each

Sponsorship Packages:

  • Sponsor the event from £2000
  • Hole sponsorship from £150
  • Nearest the pin, and longest drive – Sponsorship available from £100

Do you know someone interested in golf & supporting a worthwhile charity. If so, feel free to get in touch with the South West Team on 07515 284 833 or e-mail [email protected]



  • Tea/coffee on arrival
  • Delicious hot buffet lunch (Any food allergies or special requests to event organiser at [email protected] by Tuesday 28th May 2024)
  • Prizes to be won for 1st, 2nd and 3rd teams, as well as Nearest the pin, and longest drive.
  • Halfway House run by the delicious Reeve the Baker!


  • 07:30 – Golf club and practice facilities available
  • 07:45 – Registration opens – tea/coffee
  • 08:15 – Briefing
  • 08:30 – Group photo
  • 8:40 – Golfers depart for start
  • 09:00 – Shotgun start, followed by 18 holes
  • 13:45 – Lunch
  • 14:15 – Prize presentation

Dress code

Normal golf attire on the course with smart casual for lunch. No jeans, t-shirts or rugby tops.

Additional Information

  • Playing handicap allowance – Full, max 24 for men & 36 for women
  • Tees – Yellow for men & red for women
  • Buggies available if required
  • *A Mulligan entitles you to a free shot. At any point in the game where your shot didn’t quite go to plan, you use your marker and retake your shot.

Register Here

Register as a 4-Ball to take part in the High Post Charity Golf Day








June 4, 2024

Lloyds of London Ride To Whitstable 2024

Join us, alongside Lloyds of London, for our 5th annual cycle ride to the seaside town of Whitstable. This year’s ride promises a fully supported experience with refreshment breaks, a picnic lunch, and ample hydration stations.

June 6, 2024

The Cateran Yomp 2024

54 miles in 24 hours – The ultimate charity walk is back! Are you tough enough to take on the Yomp?

June 8, 2024 - June 9, 2024

The Yorkshire Big Curry Lunch 2024

The Yorkshire Big Curry Lunch – Yorkshire’s hottest event of the year. Eat curry to raise funds for the British Army’s national charity.

June 13, 2024

Northants Summer Reception Cottesbrooke

Join us at Cottesmore HAll for a summer reception on 21 June 2024 and help raise vital funds for the Army family.

June 21, 2024

Surrey Police Band Concert

Come along and join us at Godalming Borough Hall for an evening of music with the Surrey Police Band in support of the Army Benevolent Fund.

June 23, 2024

East Sussex Brighton Race Day 2024

Come and enjoy a great day out at Brighton races.

July 2, 2024
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“I’ve had the pleasure of participating in the Cateran Yomp over the last 4 Years and can honestly say, hand on heart it is without doubt one of the best Charity events I have ever had the pleasure of attending. It is always meticulously planned and executed with military precision. The ABF Staff are outstanding with their dedication & enthusiasm which is infectious; no matter what time of day or night you meet these guys at the various check points along the route, they always greet you with a smile & a hearty ‘Well Done’. Keep doing what you’re doing lads ‘n’ lasses of the ABF, you’re quite simply the best!”

Andy Maylett 2022 Yomp Participant

“The reason I run was to support the ABF . I was very fortunate in my service I didn’t have to access any support mechanism such as the ABF.

I have always been keen to support charities like the ABF . I have always striven to support and help in any way I can.

So as long as I am upright and breathing I will support the ABF”.

Sam, 2021 Great North Runner

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