Despite the big wet on the week-end the Variety Bashers arrived in Bowral for a stopover before heading to Sydney on Sunday. Wingecarribee Shire Council and the Bradman Foundation hosted a scrumptious hot breakfast inside the museum for the 340 participants all who wore colourful and creative outfits. The cars were parked 3 deep in St Jude Street, however, understandably the rain kept the public away. The breakfast food was generously supported by suppliers and supporters of the Bradman Foundation who are very appreciative of all the support they received from those who answered the call. A very big thank you from the Bradman Foundation to these sponsors:
ACE Internet Services, AJM Landscaping & Bricklaying, Anchors Fresh Fruit & Vegetables, Bidvest Australia Ltd., Black & Stone, Bowral Cricket Club, Bowral Signs & Screen Printing, Cabra Print, Chevalier College, Coles Bowral, Coca-Cola Amatil (Aust) P/L, TJ Dawes (Dairy Farmers), GIB Cleaning Services, Grayco Foods, Harris Farm, Highlife Publishing P/L, Home Hardware Mittagong, Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk, Imperial Motel, WH Ireland & Sons, Leisure Green Care P/L, Oxley Motel, PJ’s Food Distributors, PSE, RojoPelli, Rotary Club of Bowral-Mittagong, Scotts Security P/L, Smiths Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, Southern Highlands Taxis, Southern Rise Bakery, Wingecarribee Shire Council, Woolworths Bowral, YES Events.
Bradman Foundation Executive Director Rina Hore, facilitated a donation for $ 2,000 to the Dream Cricket day on Bradman Oval and the Variety Bashers presented a cheque to local Rotarian Brian Patterson on Sunday morning.
The tour continued from Bowral to Moore Park Sydney which was the final leg of the 2015 event.