13th Lisa Wilson Golf Day breaks all records

DSC04398Trish Wilson wins Ladies’ Nearest The Pin

The 13th Lisa Wilson Golf Day at Wellow on Saturday 25th was an overwhelming success. Whilst the weather had been atrocious on the Friday before, Lisa sent a lovely day of sunshine for the golfers to enjoy. With 100 Wellow members playing in the members tournament and 36 in the friends and guests competition the golf was really well supported.

Some 80 friends sponsors and guests came along for the evening meal and about the same number of members, filling the clubhouse with 160 for the prize giving and star cabaret.

Former Scholarship winner Charlotte Lystor spoke emotionally about her experience as a recipient of a Lisa Wilson Scholarship and the life changing way in which it had affected her life.

The star cabaret was performed by singer/songwriter and comedian, Steve Womack, who delivered an outstanding performance. The raffle raised £755 and the silent auction raised £1055. After the raffle,the  singer and good friend entertained the audience with his usual smooth style and had everyone on the dance floor until the close at midnight.

With sponsorship and donations coming in at over £7000 plus members entry fees, the amount of money raised is expected to be in excess of £9000–another 9 years added to Lisa’s amazing legacy.

Thank you all for your amazing support.

Another student success story

We also received this letter from Garry Halsey

Dear Clive and Tricia

Today I found out my degree classification and I’m pleased to say that I gained a 2:1!!

Without the help from you this would of never happened, the money helped me no end and I can’t thank you enough!

I hope one day that I can repay it to you and to keep Lisa’s legacy going!

With love from a very grateful graduate!


Congratulations Garry, and thank you.

Five new students receive bursaries

On Tuesday 23rd September, five students were awarded bursaries at the twelfth presentation for the Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund Awards. Over forty people attended the ceremony at Southampton Solent University.

Many of the students still at the university came along to attend the event which was dedicated to Lisa’s memory, during the presentation by Clive he showed the way she had “Lived Her Dream” travelling the world, and included a film of her bungy jump in New Zealand and a pictorial presentation of her journey around the world.


This year’s recipients pictured with Tricia and Clive Wilson.



Joe Dormer with his Outstanding Achievement Award

This year’s Outstanding Achievement Award went to Joe Dormer who graduated with a First in TV & Studio production, an amazing achievement.

Correspondence from family of bursary student

Clive and Tricia recently received this lovely letter from the family of one of our bursary students, Joe Dormer.

Dear Clive and Tricia

A huge thank you for your scholarship fund awarded to our son Joe Dormer. This week he has been informed that he has achieved a First! in TV & Studio production. As a family we will always be grateful to yourselves and The Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund.

We hope you will be at the graduation ceremony so that we can thank you personally.

Fond regards

The Dormer family

Congratulations Joe, that’s great news!