A charity is set to benefit from a talent competition.
Cuffe and Taylor, organisers of Fylde’s Got Talent, has announced money raised from ticket sales of the contest and a raffle will go to the Lytham St Annes Royal Lifeboat Institute.
Peter Taylor, from the firm, said: “Fylde’s Got Talent is a great local community event and we want nothing more than a local charity to benefit from this. RNLI do an absolutely fantastic job and we hope to present them with a healthy donation to such a great cause.”
Martin Jaggs, coxswain of Lytham St Annes Lifeboat, added: “We have recently had engine problems with our All Weather Boat that cost the RNLI £100,000 and are pleased that a local thriving business such as Cuffe and Taylor has decided to think of us when organising the Fylde’s got Talent show.”
The competition final is at the Lowther Pavilion on Sunday April 21.