AN impressive 140 golfers flocked to Langdon Hills Golf Club to compete in the annual Charity Golf Classic.

The event was hosted for a 10th consecutive year by comedian and actor Bobby Davro.

And he was hoping to raise a substantial amount for Kids First, a charity which helps disadvantaged and disabled children.

Davro said: “We are hoping to raise between £3,000 and £6,000.

“I have been coming here for 10 years now and I really enjoy it. I keep coming back here because Johnny Clarke organises these golf days and he is one of my oldest friends.

“We have so much fun as well. We play the golf and then we have entertainment afterwards.”

One of those in attendance was Peter Shilton, the most capped England international.

The ex-goalkeeper, who won 125 caps during his illustrious career, was delighted to return to the event for a third year.

Shilton said: “Steph, my wife, and I love Bobby and Johnny and it’s a real fun day out. It’s one of our favourite golf days because it’s a really fun day out.

“It’s so relaxed and there are some celebrities that come out.

“Bobby gets us back here every year and the atmosphere of this event is great.”