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The Alive and Kicking charity enjoying a James Bond theme night at the Royal Hotel, Skegness, receiving cheques for �500 from the Rotary Club. Left to right: Stephen Logan, Marie Kovacs, James Squires, Lucy Hawley (Rotary) Tina Mellors (charity founder) Carole Chapman (Rotary), Long Phoung.

The Alive and Kicking charity enjoying a James Bond theme night at the Royal Hotel, Skegness, receiving cheques for �500 from the Rotary Club. Left to right: Stephen Logan, Marie Kovacs, James Squires, Lucy Hawley (Rotary) Tina Mellors (charity founder) Carole Chapman (Rotary), Long Phoung.

The Alive and kicking group enjoyed a special themed night recently at Skegness’s Royal Hotel.

Members of the charity were on ‘her majesty’s secret service’ and delighted in becoming secret agents for the night, in a James Bond concept night.

Founder of Alive and Kicking, Tina Mellors, armed with her team of volunteers and a licence to thrill helped turn the venue into the world of British secret agent 007 and Supported by female vocalist, Angie Fisher, who sang renditions from James bond film soundtracks for the groups eyes only, the transformation was complete.

Skegness Rotary Club members capped off an enjoyable night by handing over two cheques, totalling £500 to help with the general up keep of the charity.

 

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