Thousands raised on the bowling lanes for Dunstable charity

Storage King came first in the Kids In Action bowling competition
Storage King came first in the Kids In Action bowling competition
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Supporters of Kids In Action took to the bowling lanes at Go Bowling to raise thousands for the charity.

The organisation provides sporting and social activities for children and young adults with special needs and disabilities.

Deakin-White came second in Kids In Action's bowling competition

Deakin-White came second in Kids In Action's bowling competition

Fourteen teams took part in the competition and raised £2,300 for the charity, the money will go towards an interactive floor.

Tracey Hammond, of Kids In Action, said: “It was a great night, everyone had a really great time and we managed to raise a fantastic amount of money.

“We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who took part and thank you for raising so much money on the night.

“The money is going towards an interactive floor which our children with special needs can use.”

The winning team was Storage King and the runners up was Deakin-White.

The charity celebrates its 20th anniversary next year and to mark the occasion they will be organising an anniversary part, football tournament, craft fair, cabaret nights, game night and a sponsored bike ride.

Tracey added: “Next year is a celebratory year for us and we are hoping to open a photographic room and expand on our music sessions.”

For more information on the charity and the work it does in the community, visit: www.kidsinaction.org