Whittlesey Bowls Club charity tournament in memory of late club member raises more than £700 for Magpas

PUBLISHED: 15:02 17 September 2014 | UPDATED: 15:02 17 September 2014

Whittlesey Manor Bowls Club charity cheque presentation. Dr Lorraine Greasley received the cheque on behalf of Magpas from Peter's widow, Margaret Bavister, in the company of club officials, Left: Martin Welsford (President), Steve Roden (Chairman) and Fred Richardson (Treasurer).

Whittlesey Manor Bowls Club charity cheque presentation. Dr Lorraine Greasley received the cheque on behalf of Magpas from Peter's widow, Margaret Bavister, in the company of club officials, Left: Martin Welsford (President), Steve Roden (Chairman) and Fred Richardson (Treasurer).

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A bowls tournament held in memory of a former member raised more than £700 for an emergency medical charity.

Peter Bavister’s widow Margaret presented a cheque for £712 to Mapgas from Whittlesey Manor Bowls Club, whose annual charity tournament proved a big hit.


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