Naval Association’s charity boost

Pictured at the ceremony in the Ex-Servicemen's Club in Skegness are Tina Mellors (Alive & Kicking), the Royal Naval Association's Bob Shead and his wife Dot, and John Turner (Air Ambulance). Photo by John Crossland.
Pictured at the ceremony in the Ex-Servicemen's Club in Skegness are Tina Mellors (Alive & Kicking), the Royal Naval Association's Bob Shead and his wife Dot, and John Turner (Air Ambulance). Photo by John Crossland.
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TWO local causes are several hundred pounds better off thanks the generosity of the Skegness branch of the Royal Naval Association.

The group handed over two cheques for £250 each to Alive & Kicking and the Air Ambulance at a recent ceremony.

The money was raised through a number of fundraising activities, including pitch and putt competitions in Winthorpe, a raffle at the Richmond Caravan Park and an auction at the Ex-Servicemen’s Club. The Air Ambulance also received another cheque for £20 from association chairman Bob Shead’s wife Dot. She was given the money following a musical performance in Stickney.