Whittlesey Lions raise £600 for Fens Disabled Bowls Association at annual charity golf day

PUBLISHED: 11:04 23 April 2018

Members of the Fens Disabled Bowls Association. Whittlesey organiser Ray Hunt is far right

Members of the Fens Disabled Bowls Association. Whittlesey organiser Ray Hunt is far right

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The Whittlesey Lions raised £600 for a local group at their annual charity golf day – despite a waterlogged golf course.

The winning team, Fen Tigers of Ramsey, with their trophy. It was presented to them by Whittlesey Lions president Steve Palmer.The winning team, Fen Tigers of Ramsey, with their trophy. It was presented to them by Whittlesey Lions president Steve Palmer.

The fundraiser, which took place on Wednesday April 11 in Ramsey, was held to raise money for the Fens Disabled Bowls Association and Sports Hub, Whittlesey.

This is played at Whittlesey Indoor Bowls Club on Station Road.

Although the Golf Course was waterlogged everyone had an enjoyable day and £600 was raised for the charity.

The winning Team being Fen Tigers of Ramsey The trophy was presented to them by Whittlesey Lions President Steve Palmer (See picture attached.) On Wednesday 18th April 2018 Steve Palmer presented a cheque to Ray Hunt at the Indoor Bowls Centre.

Ray is Whittlesey organiser of Fens Disabled Bowls.

He said he was very grateful to Whittlesey Lions for their kind donation. The money will be used to provide equipment.

Mr Palmer said he was very pleased that the Lions were able to help the club in this way.

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