Charity darts league supports life saving efforts in Blyth
A local ladies dart charity league has recently donated £600 to Blyth RNLI
The ladies then made the donation of £600 to the local RNLI lifeboat station at Blyth.
Kerry Storey, representing the Tuesday Ladies Darts Charity League said, 'We are very grateful to the volunteers at Blyth RNLI for the work they do in saving lives in our area. We hope that our donation enables them to continue to keep this tremendous work up.'
Jordan Holmes, Helm at Blyth RNLI collecting the cheque on behalf of the said, 'We are extremely grateful to the Tuesday Ladies Darts Charity League for their efforts in raising this fantastic donation. We will put it to good use so that we can continue saving lives at sea.'
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