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Gaming machine operator donates pool table to Devonport House
Gamestec, the UK’s leading gaming machine and pool table operator, has donated a pool table to Devonport House, a Salvation Army facility in Plymouth. The table is proving popular with residents at the 60 bed hostel and flat complex.
David Martin, Project Worker at Devonport House said: “We are really grateful to Gamestec for donating the table, cues and balls. As well as offering service users an entertaining activity it is a great way for staff to interact with service users and find out more about their background in an informal setting. We also plan to set up an internal pool league and have been approached by other organisations to run leagues too.”
Devonport House offers accommodation to homeless people as well support services such as life skills classes to help them build a sustainable and independent future.
Stefan Podolanski of Gametec said: “The Devonport House team offer fantastic support to the residents at the facility, I am really pleased that the table is proving so popular At Gamestec we are always keen make donations which will make a real difference.”
Gamestec is the UK’s largest gaming machine and pool table operator supplying over 35,000 pieces to the UK leisure industry.