The first chairman of CESA (following the amalgamation of CEMA and CEIA), Walter Hill, is leading efforts to raise money for charity in his local St Andrews area.
The Rotary Club of St Andrews, of which Hill is a prominent member, is selling a collection of nine photographic prints of the famous nearby golf course and players who have graced its greens winning the Open Championship.
The photos cost more than £6,000 to produce using high tech reprographic technology and feature Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo, John Daly, Tiger Woods, Louis Oosthuizen, as well as images of Scotland, St Andrews and the Old Course.
The images were used by Nikon in its hospitality suite at this year’s Open and have been donated by the company to raise money for the charities and causes that the Rotary Club supports. Getty Images owns the original copyright and has foregone its usual copyright fees.
Yearly proceeds from the Rotary Club’s fundraising activities are shared out among around 30 recipients include Young Chef of the Year, Prostrate Cancer, Shelter Box – Club, Smile Train UK, Poppy Scotland, Scott Air Ambulance and the Gamboura Water Project.
Anyone interested in purchasing the photos (the cost could be considered as a charitable donation), should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 October 2015.