MP bowled over by Dunstable sports charity

Andrew Selous on the indoor bowling green
Andrew Selous on the indoor bowling green

Did South West Beds MP Andrew Selous notice a swing to the left or right when he tried his hand at indoor green bowling?

Mr Selous had a go at the game when he visited Dunstable & District Disabled Sports (DADDS).

The politician has been very supportive of the organisation due to the dedication and commitment of volunteers who help run the charity.

DADDS is an organisation, founded 18 years ago by the late Marie Johnson, who saw a need for local facilities for disabled people to play sports. Sessions are held each Tuesday between 1pm and 3pm at Dunstable Leisure Centre and often more than 100 people attend. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or just want to know more about DADDS, contact Roger Sharp on 01582 606405.

The picture shows Mr Selous in action on the bowling green overseen by David Lovelock, one of the volunteers.