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BOWLED OVER BY PAUL GALLEN AND THE BIG MARN

The Barrington’s Group annual Charity Bowls Day is coming up on Friday, November 3. Now’s the time to organise your teams and join celebrity guests Paul Gallen and Darryl Brohman to help those in need in rural Cambodia.

The event is organised each year by the Barrington Group in aid of Help2Help, the charity founded by Barrington Director Blayne Webb and his wife Faye in 2012.

Since its inception Help2Help has been blessed with the assistance of the registered club industry. Many clubs send staff over to Cambodia on volunteer charity trips, whilst others have provided funds and support through in-kind donations to hold functions, purchase shipping containers, member collection of clothes and furniture, attendance at fundraisers and so on.

Foundation sponsors include Wests Ashfield Leagues and Club Rivers. Other clubs & supporters involved so far  include Taren Point Bowling Club, Moorebank Sports Club, Tweed Heads Bowling Club, Campsie RSL, Canada Bay Club, Cabravale Diggers, Lynwood Country Club, Castle Hill RSL Club, Canley Heights RSL, St Johns Park Bowling Club, Club Windang, City Tattersalls Club, Blacktown Workers Group, Castle Hill RSL Group, Carlton United, Westend Estate, Fineline Printing, Wollongong Dental, Dean Bourne & The Robertson Brothers, Blast Engineering, Westmead Hospital, South Western Sydney Tafe, Global Coffee, Forty Winks, Urban Drift and a raft of other businesses and individuals.

CHARITY BOWLS DAY – CELEBRITY TEAM AUCTIONS CLOSE SOON

You’ll have to get in quick if you want Sharks captain Paul Gallen or the Footy Show’s Daryl “The Big Marn” Brohman to play on your team because you need to place a bid in the online auction before Monday 16th October.

For full details of the Charity Bowls Day or to bid for a celebrity team click here >> 2017-help2help-bowls-day-updated-28-08

Or contact Tanya Hill on

tanya@help2help.org.au

0432 731 820

(or contact your Barrington representative for further details)

 

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