11th September, 2015
Residents at St Oswald’s Retirement Village in Gloucester have recently purchased a new bowls mat and started a curling group.
A group of residents applied for community grant funding on two occasions this year, to a combined value of £2,000, allowing them to purchase the new mat for the bowling group.
The funds also made it possible to have a start-up fund to buy all the required equipment to start a curling group.
Village Activity Facilitator Chloe Robbins said: “We just wanted to make a public thank you to our local councillor Jeremy Hilton for helping us making this possible.”
Picture: Cllr Jeremy Hilton of Gloucester City Council for Kingsholm and Wotton (left) with residents at St Oswald’s Village and the new equipment.
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