Langstone-based retail services firm RMS raised more than £4,000 for charity following its annual golf day.

The money will be split between Velindre and the Duke of Edinburgh Wales Award.

The firm also held a hole-in-one competition (with a new Lexus as the prize – unfortunately no-one won it), a raffle with loads of great prizes, and a silent auction.

In the auction Daniel and Connah, sons of the late Peter O’Toole, auctioned off several sports memorabilia items which were left by their father in his will.

The event was held at Llanwern Golf Club and the raffle prizes were donated by Capital Law, UpriseVSI, Gareth Watts, COS Group, Mike from Whitchurch Golf Club, and Julian from Llanwern Golf Club.

Daniel O’Toole, CEO of RMS, which was set up by his late father Peter, said: “We’re thrilled with the success of this year’s golf day. The money raised will go to two charities that are close to our hearts.

“We’d like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who helped out on the day, including those who donated prizes for the raffle and auction."

Phillip Hodson, fundraiser at Velindre, said: “We are incredibly grateful to all at RMS for once again supporting Velindre Cancer Centre at their charity golf day. The day was a fantastic success and we would like to extend our gratitude to all the teams that entered and those businesses who made raffle and auction donations.

“Without the support of our amazing fundraisers Velindre Cancer Centre wouldn’t be able to offer the specialist services and treatments that we provide our patients. We can’t thank everyone involved enough.”

Ian Gwilym, Duke of Edinburgh Award Wales, said: “We would like to thank RMS for their amazing support. The money they have raised will go a long way to helping young people in Wales achieve their full potential by providing them with new and exciting opportunities."

Club manager at Llanwern Golf Club Julian Swanson said, “The Peter John O’Toole Cup is always a great occasion. We were thrilled to have it here at Llanwern and are always happy to support such a great charity event. Peter contributed a lot to the club in 2013 when he was captain, and so it’s only fitting for the Peter John O’Toole Cup to be held here.”