Cromer Ladies Guild show their fantastic support with festive Bazaar
Comer RNLI has said a big thank you to the Cromer Ladies Guild, and to all their supporters who attended the Christmas Bazaar on Saturday 26 November.
An impressive £2058.40 was raised in support of the lifesaving volunteers at Cromer RNLI.
The event was supported with music from Andy and Madeline (In The Swing) who helped in getting everyone in the festive spirit!
Support from the Ladies Guild and local communities like this enables the RNLI to deliver its lifesaving services around the clock, 365 days a year
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