A LOCAL school has helped to raise over £800 for the work of the RNLI’s lifesaving rescue work.
The pupils of Skegness Academy raised a phenomenal £816.88p after they held a non-uniform day at the school.
And several of the youngsters popped along to the RNLI’s Skegness base last week to hand over a cheque for the huge amount, where they were given a tour of the building.
The youngsters who went along included representatives from years 7 to 11.
l Pictured are the RNLI lifeboatmen with the school’s assistant principal Luke Mains and students Isaac Turner, Louise Parker, Emma Burgin, Alex Whenman and David Stamp. Photo www.stevegould.co.uk.