FOUR popular Skegness DJs have teamed up to host a charity disco, raising funds for a life-saving organisation they believe to be of great importance to the town.
Fresh from a successful charity night which raised more than £1,000 to help Skegness Natureland repatriate a lost seal, DJ Bogey has now turned his charitable talents on the wheels of steel to benefit the RNLI.
Assisted by his friends Wingnut, Andy Birks and Mark Hall, Bogey will be spinning tunes from the 70s and 80s alongside some Motown classics at Grand Central, Skegness, on Saturday, May 19.
It is not the first time DJ Wingnut has lent his support to the lifeboat crew - many years ago he recorded a charity single with local entertainers including comedian Sid Dennis who sang Rod Stewart’s ‘Sailing’ to raise a considerable sum for charity.
This event, which runs from 9pm to 3am and is open to over 21s only, will also feature a ‘grand raffle’ for which Bogey is looking for prizes. If you can help call him on 07957 284425.
Tickets cost £5 and are available from the Lifeboat Station, Wingnut’s cafe at Skegness Railway Station, Sarah’s Florists, Mooch, Herrick Watson or P&R Decorator’s Supplies.