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Wella Ladies’ Golf Challenge Needs Teams For 2001


Alison Nicholas – Winner of the 1997 US Women’s Open – is supporting the Wella Ladies’ Golf Challenge in 2001 to help leading medical charity Action Research raise funds as part of its Touching Lives campaign.

Action Research is appealing to lady golfers across the UK to dedicate one of their regular club days to the challenge. The club that raises the most money for the charity will receive two VIP tickets to the 2002 British Open Golf Championship taking place at Muirfield, near Edinburgh between the 18 and 21 July.

Wella will provide each participating club with a selection of vouchers for use at over 1,000 professional hairdressing salons nationwide along with Silvikrin and Vosene products. Other incentives are available for clubs that raise over £250.

Alison Nicholas is keen for fellow lady golfers to support the vital work that Action Research funds: "Anyone of us, at any time, may find ourselves in a situation where we benefit from this research."

Action Research’s Touching Lives campaign aims to raise £2million to fund vital medical research to benefit children and families across the UK.

To register your interest in participating in the Wella Ladies’ Golf Challenge, call the Action Research Events Unit on 01403 327477. e-mail or register online at


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