McTear Williams & Wood, East Anglia's largest business rescue and insolvency practice, raised £1,600 for charity at its annual bowls tournament. Eight teams of professionals from firms across the region battled for the "McTear Williams & Wood Bowls Challenge Trophy" at the event which was held at the Diss & District Bowls Club recently and continued with the usual tradition of contestants wearing an array of novelty slippers.
The individual winner was Peter Hazell who was also part of the winning team from Thetford-based auctioneers and valuers George Hazell & Co.
During the event the company was delighted to receive a visit from the current Ladies World Bowls Champion Katherine Rednall who challenged some of the contestants to a game.
Funds raised from the event have gone to Autism Anglia which provides a range of services to enable people with autism to live as independently as possible and experience choice and inclusion in society. The cheque was presented by associate and organiser of this event Roger Barnbrook to Anne Ebbage from Autism Anglia (pictured).
McTear Williams & Wood extend their thanks to everyone who took part and to the Diss & District Bowls Club. Plans are underway to repeat the event next year.