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Raffle tickets for the Andrew Sully rehabilitation fund

By Wellington BC

Friday, 10 November 2023


Wellington BC Contributor


Please help support the Andrew Sully rehabilitation fund

Andrew was a Somerset Middleton Cup bowler who played for Williton and Watchet. He worked as a self-employed carpenter. During the summer of 2019, while working on a building job with his father Derek, he fell through a roof breaking his neck and badly bruising his spinal cord. After several years care and treatment, he now lives independently in Taunton, but he remains with a severe paralysis.

Raffle tickets in aid of his rehabilitation fund are for sale from behind the bar at £2 each with all monies raised going to the Andrew Sully rehabilitation fund. Prizes include a 32" Smart TV, gas & charcoal combi grill, £500 tui holiday vouchers and bottles of alcohol.

Contact Information

Find Wellington BC

Corams Lane, Wellington, Somerset, TA21 8LL


Additional Information

There is free parking in the Leisure Centre car park which is immediately adjacent to the Bowling Club. Wheelchair access is via the ramp at the corner of the green where Corams Lane joins Springfield Road.