10:55AM, Wednesday 28 August 2013
Balloon modelling, raffles and bowling deals were all part of the fun as Tenpin in Maidenhead hosted a special day to raise money for charity.
Employee Anna Rose, 20, organised the event on Wednesday in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and raised £120 for the charity.
"I thought it would be good to get people together in support of a nice cause," said the former Newlands Girls' School pupil.
"We would have liked to have more people and to have raised more money but it was short notice so we did well."
Anna hopes the day will be the first of many hosted by the bowling alley in Holmanleaze and that the team can build on the success of the first event.
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