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Bowlers Required for Charity Tournament

Whether you are a keen bowler or have never played before, a Suffolk bowls tournament organised in aid of charity is on the look-out for players to support the event.

Local hearing care specialists, The Hearing Care Centre together with Marlborough Bowls Club in Ipswich, have organised a special lawn bowls tournament on Sunday 26th July 2015 to help raise money for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.

The event, which starts at 2.00pm will see teams of three players all competing to win the top prize.

Karen Finch MD of The Hearing Care Centre said, “This event promises to be a fantastic afternoon. It really doesn’t matter if you haven’t played bowls before – it’s all about having fun and raising some money for a brilliant charity.”

Entry to the tournament is £10pp, which also includes a delicious cream tea. On the day there will also be a target bowls competition, a big prize draw and a working Hearing Dog that you can meet for yourself.

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a charity that The Hearing Care Centre work very closely with and provides assistance dogs to alert deaf people to important sounds and reduce the isolation of deafness.

To book your place please telephone Stuart Pope on (01473) 623412 or email stuartpope362@gmail.com. For those who do not own their own bowls, these can be supplied on the day.

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