Bowls match supports charities

�430 was raised by the charity event

�430 was raised by the charity event

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A charity bowls match raised hundreds of pounds for two charities.

Held in Littlehampton Sports Dome, the bowls event, held alongside a charity raffle, raised £430.

The cheques and trophy was handed out by Ian Buckland

The cheques and trophy was handed out by Ian Buckland

The proceeds were then split between two charities - The Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity, which provides equipment for disabled children, and the Littlehampton Social Club for the Blind.

£215 was presented to the two charities.

The event was attended by individuals who work alongside the two charities, including youngster Zoe from The Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity.

The Littlehampton Social Club for the Blind intend to use their donation to provide more equipment for the club users.

The event was held in Littlehampton Sports Dome

The event was held in Littlehampton Sports Dome

The match was played on Sunday, October 30, and was attended by Littlehampton Mayor Ian Buckland, who presented the trophies and the charity cheques.

The event was hosted by West Worthing and Mewsbrook Bowls Club, and was sponsored by FA Holland & Son. Barbara Croft, a member of the bowls club from Mewsbrook, organised the event along with Brian Millar, a member of the bowls club from West Worthing.

Arundel won the overall match.

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