Barefoot Bowls & BBQ is back!

10 May, 2017

Join GoCo and New England Partners in Recovery for fun on the green with your team. GoCo Barefoot Bowls & BBQ will be held at the Gunnedah Services and Bowling Club on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 from 11.30am to 3.30pm to raise awareness about mental health and connect people with the support available in the Gunnedah community

‘Last year’s Barefoot Bowls & BBQ event was a great success, and there has been so much interest in running it annually, we have now set a date for this year’s event!’ GoCo Partners in Recovery Support Facilitator Barb Heath said.

“It is a wonderful way for people to connect with each other and have fun, whether you want to play or spectate and have some lunch, everyone is invited” she concluded.

GoCo Partners in Recovery assists people experiencing mental illness to make choices and take control of opportunities in their lives. GoCo provides a range of support options for disability, aged care and transport.

To sign up for Barefoot Bowls & BBQ or for more information about GoCo services, contact Barb Heath on 6740 2181 or drop into the GoCo office at 80 Marquis St, Gunnedah.
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