Flamborough RNLI and Pre school get together to put on a fantastic day.

Lifeboats News Release

Flamborough village green was the place to be on Bank Holiday Sunday as Flamborough RNLI and Flamborough pre school hosted a joint funday.

Ariel view of the village green during the gala.

RNLI/Rod Newton

Ariel view of the village green
The event, which was held on the village green was opened by the Mayor of Bridlington Mike Heslop-Mullins.

Throughout the day Bridlington Gold Radio road show presenter Mike Hammond did an excellent job of keeping the music playing, making announcements, introducing live entertainment and encouraging people to enjoy the day and raise funds for the two very worthy causes.

The crowds were treated to some fantastic routines by the Red Admiral Majorettes and kept entertained by local musicians including several regulars from Flamborough Open mic.

A BBQ put on by lifeboat crew and supporters proved very popular as did the refreshments tent , both sponsored by local businesses.

Blessed with glorious weather and fantastic turnout, the many stalls, attractions and all who attended had a brilliant day.


Musicians on stage.

RNLI/Rod Newton

Local musicians performing on stage during the afternoon.
Lifeboat personnel cooking burgers on the BBQ.

RNLI/Rod Newton

Lifeboat crew and supporters doing their bit on the BBQ
Stormy Stan dancing at the funday.

RNLI/Rod Newton

Stormy Stan
Volunteers taking time out for a quick dance.

RNLI/Rod Newton

Supporters and crew enjoying the day
People sitting on the grass watching musicians on stage

RNLI/Rod Newton

Crowds enjoying the music

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