Jerry wins the Sullivan Cup!

Freeland Rees Roberts Director, Jerry Lander, has been awarded the Sullivan Cup after winning the RIBA Golfing Society Spring Meeting at the Gog Magog Golf Club.

The cup was designed in 1931 by R.Y. Goodden, designer of the Lion & Unicorn Pavilion at the Festival of Britain. Jerry follows in illustrious footsteps. His name now joins previous winner ‘G.G. Scott’: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott was a prolific architect and industrial designer, responsible for Cambridge University Library, Battersea Power Station, Bankside Power Station (now the Tate Modern), and the iconic red telephone box. Not sure how he found the time to play golf.

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