Ceilidh boost to RNLI coffers

A ceilidh at St Annes Palace attracted a capacity attendance - and helped take the total raised for the RNLI during Coun Cheryl Little's year as town mayor to more than £1,000.

Tuesday, 21st March 2017, 6:00 am
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 11:00 am
Coun Cheryl Little, town mayor of St Annes 2016-17

It was the final fund-raising event of Coun Little’s time at the helm of St Annes Town Council and she has thanked everyone for their support, especially those who helped bring down the curtain on the fund-raising year in such memorable fashion at Saturday’s sellout event.

“It was a brilliant evening and thanks so much to everyone who came along,” she said.

“We are still finalising exactly how much was made on the night but it was a full house and has certainly ensured that we have topped £1,000 over the year.

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“I’m delighted we have been able to help boost its fund. I’m so grateful to everyone for their support.”

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