New wheelchair for boy thanks to gamers

Robert Bock, 10, who received a mobility powered wheelchair courtesy of donations from Ilkeston branches of Beacon Bingo and Cashino gaming centre.

Robert Bock, 10, who received a mobility powered wheelchair courtesy of donations from Ilkeston branches of Beacon Bingo and Cashino gaming centre.

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The fundraising efforts of customers and staff at a bingo hall and gaming centre in Ilkeston have funded a specialist wheelchairfor a disabled youngster.

Beacon Bingo and Cashino on Bath Street in Ilkeston presented a mobility powered wheelchair to ten-year-old Robert Bock which was provided through CHIPS, a charity founded by the casino and gaming industry to provide specialised powered wheelchairs for children.

Robert, of Ilkeston, has crebral palsy and is due to study Aldercar Language College in Langley Mill from September.

 

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