Donation to help seal cause

D-signs donated large signage advertising the disco fundraiser to help fly Eve the Icelandic seal home. Pictured are Duncan Yeadon, DJ Bogey, John Blades and Matthew O'Connor. Photo by John Crossland.
D-signs donated large signage advertising the disco fundraiser to help fly Eve the Icelandic seal home. Pictured are Duncan Yeadon, DJ Bogey, John Blades and Matthew O'Connor. Photo by John Crossland.
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EFFORTS to fly an Icelandic seal home are going from strength-to-strength with more and more people rallying together to help.

Last Thursday, proprietors of D-Signs, Jamie Haigh and Matthew O’Connor, donated large advertising signs to help promote the fundraising disco party which is taking place at Grand Central on March 10.

The advertising board is now being displayed at the donut kiosk owned by John Blades close to the entrance of McDonalds near to Skegness seafront.

The 70s and 80s party is being organised by DJ Bogey who will host the nostalgic night from 9pm to 3am to help raise money for the important cause.

“All three men have grown up with Natureland and are now still enjoying visiting with their children and grandchildren!” said DJ Bogey

“When they heard about the fundraiser to get Eve the lost seal back to where she belongs, they definitely wanted to get involved and help in some way,” he added.

And Duncan Yeadon of Skegness Natureland was over the moon at the offer of even more support for Eve’s cause.

As reported, Eve the hooded seal pup was rescued by Natureland Seal Sanctuary in December after she washed ashore at Chapel St Leonards beach.

Tickets cost £5 or pay on the door on the night at Grand Central. For further information call 079572 84425 or go the ‘Eve Flymehome’ on Facebook.