Posted by Nicholas Wilkinson on Jun 19, 2018
Stubbers Adventure Centre in North Ockendon recently benefited from a donation of £250 from the Rotary Club of Grays Thurrock.
The money will be used to replace equipment which needs updating. The cheque was handed over by Elaine Stevens, Community Service Chairperson, to the Centre Manager, Bob Edwards, who expressed his gratitude to the Rotary Club for their generosity.
Stubbers Adventure Centre offers various events and activities including sailing, archery, rifle shooting, quad biking to everyone, from the age of 6 years (subject to site regulations). It has been a growing in popularity over the years, benefiting many groups and individuals from the local community. On presenting the cheque, Elaine said “she was impressed with the facilities on offer which included a coffee shop open to the public, offering drinks and snacks to people who visit”.         
Elaine presenting the cheque to Bob Edwards.