Stunned by the donation of new equipment to the center dedicated to helping people in Daventry

Petanque equipment was donated to the center.  Photo: Richard Nunney.
Petanque equipment was donated to the center. Photo: Richard Nunney.

The material was provided by Bowls is Bowls, which also wants to promote the center.

The New Age Bowls and New Age Kurling score wedge will provide the center with opportunities to generate income and rent halls in its recently expanded building.

Part of the larger Daventry Health Rehabilitation Trust, the center receives referrals from many sources, including the military, local authorities, and medical offices, but does not receive any income for a referral.

Take advantage of the new equipment. Imagine Richard Nunney.

Its mission is to “show people what they can do, not to tell them what they cannot” and to “treat mind and body as one”, which has a natural connection with the he ethics of Bowls is Bowls which aims to make bowls in all shapes accessible to each community.

Founded in 2014, the organization strives to inspire and improve the lives of people who want to try pétanque.

Lloyd Stonhill, of Stonhills Estate Agents, said: “This is a generous donation to support an incredible and key part of the Daventry community.

“The dedication of Reach for Health Health Centers to physical and mental rehabilitation and active wellness is incredible and a credit to all the staff, volunteers and administrators who are a tremendous asset to Daventry and the surrounding area.”

Presentation of the new material.

Mark Courtney, Bowls is the Managing Director of Bowls, said: “Bowls can play a role in supporting Reach for Health with physical and mental rehabilitation and active wellness through the many bowling clubs in Northamptonshire, Warwickshire and Oxfordshire.

“It was a pleasure to be able to bring people together to support the great work being done at Daventry despite the consequences of Covid and a big thank you to those who joined in person and by zoom.

“The positive response from people at the center who have tried the bowls for the first time has been a timely reminder of why we care about what is happening in our local community and are working hard to support organizations such as The Reach. for Health Center.

“Hear people say: when can I play again? And “at the other end of the parking lot there is an outdoor bowling green that I didn’t know existed” was just awesome. ”

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