Disability Bowls England

Hi everyone,
I hope you’re all well.
I would like to inform you that with your help l was able to raise £395 
of which £200 has gone to D B E registered charity No 1162133.
A further 200 will be going to Brighton A&E department Acute
Admission Unit who saved my life last year.
Thanks again and keep safe and well 
D B E  Sussex  Ambassador
Dear Fellow Bowlers.
 I hope you and your families are managing to keep safe and well at this difficult time.
 Disability Bowls England along with many other charities will be loosing one of their main ways of raising funds, as the London Marathon will not  take place this coming Sunday the 26th April.
DBE have  asked their members to take on a challenge by doing something twenty six times to raise funds.
On the 26th I am attempting to score 26 goals  using my bowling arm aid on a grass verge outside my home.
The goal size is 9” wide (203mm) 11”high (208 mm) and the distance will be 26feet (8m).
The grass verge is uneven, on an up hill incline with a right to left slope plus the wind blowing directly from the sea.
I do not know if this can be done but I will give it a good go.
I am looking for sponsorship from fellow bowlers and any money can be donated via the link on the BE email to shortly follow this email.

I will let you know how it went.

 Many thanks
 BoB Henstridge
DBE Sussex Ambassador.
To make a donation to Disability Bowls England’s #TwoPointSixChallenge, visit:https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-display/showROFundraiserPage?pageId=1160746

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