Charity bowls event
East Anglia's largest business rescue and insolvency practice McTear Williams & Wood, has raised £2,400 for charity at its annual bowls tournament.
Thirteen teams of professionals from across the region battled for the "McTear Williams & Wood Bowls Individual Challenge Trophy" at the event which was held at the Diss & District Bowls Club on Tuesday 28 April 2015. In keeping with tradition the contestants wore an array of novelty slippers ranging from puppy dogs to monster claws.
This year’s individual winner was Joseph Long of Nicholsons Solicitors, based in Norwich who specialises in corporate/commercial law and commercial property.
Funds raised from the event went to St Martin’s Housing Trust who help homeless people in Norwich offering emergency direct access accommodation, residential care, support and development to enable them to achieve a greater level of independence and their full potential. The cheque was presented by Chris Williams to Derek Player of St Martin’s Housing Trust.
Once again McTear Williams & Wood extend their thanks to everyone who took part and to the Diss & District Bowls Club. Plans are underway to repeat the event next year.