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DOES YOUR BOWLS CLUB HAVE A… M HIDDEN HERO?


aybe it’s a member who, quietly and without fuss, goes above and beyond the call of duty for their fellow bowlers, or


who is a shining beacon in the local community. Maybe they act as a carer for a family member or a friend, and rarely get time to enjoy themselves. Maybe they act unselfishly for the good of


their fellow members and never give a thought for themselves. Whatever their claim to fame, we think they should be rewarded, and Nationwide Bowler has


teamed up with the Co-operative Funeralcare and Drakes Pride Bowls to make sure they are. The Co-operative Funeralcare has supported


all levels of bowls, especially at the grass roots, in clubs and competitions across the United Kingdom for more than 100 years. Drakes Pride is one of the leading manufacturers


of bowls and bowling accessories that are used by international players and club players alike. We want your club to nominate its hidden hero using the nomination form you’ll find on the


Nationwide Bowler website (www.nationwide bowler.co.uk). If your nomination is chosen to progress to the final short list, your club will receive a goodie bag containing score cards, holders and other freebies from The Co-operative Funeralcare. The winner – chosen by the editor of Nationwide


Bowler and Co-operative Funeralcare’s National Community Manager John Taylor – will receive a brand new set of specially commissioned Drakes Pride Bowls.


Terms and conditions apply and can be found at www.nationwidebowler.co.uk


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HIDDEN IN HEROES


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