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Bowling fans invited to Hornchurch charity First Step’s annual event

PUBLISHED: 11:18 07 June 2017 | UPDATED: 11:18 07 June 2017

Children's charity First Step, Tangmere Crescent, Hornchurch

Children's charity First Step, Tangmere Crescent, Hornchurch

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A children’s charity is inviting residents to an evening of bowling fun.

Fundraising manager Michelle Mitchell is encouraging bowling fans to come along to the event Fundraising manager Michelle Mitchell is encouraging bowling fans to come along to the event

First Step, which supports the families of youngsters with special needs and disabilities, is hosting its annual 10 pin bowling event on Tuesday, June 29, at Dagenham Bowling, Ripple Road.

The evening, supported by patron Jeremy West, of West & Coe funeral directors, will see 20 teams take part in two games, with prizes for the top-scoring individual and group.

A hot buffet is also included in the entry price.

The Hornchurch charity’s fundraising manager, Michelle Mitchell, said: “The 10 pin bowling events have raised over £9,600 since 2013 and we are very grateful to everyone for making the evenings so successful.

“There are a few places left – please call us on 01708 556355 to reserve your team.”

Teams of six will play, tickets £25 per person including the two games and buffet.

For more on the charity, visit firststep.org.uk.

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