SMT EPIC OFFER
January 28 2014.
Seaford Musical Theatre, who are national finalists in the Epic Awards for Voluntary Art Organisations, are recognised for supporting neighbouring charities, including Seaford Lifeguards, who provide first aid services at the theatre, where audiences are welcome to make donations when they leave.
Peter Gwilliam, chairman of the voluntary lifeguard service, whose aims are to keep Seaford Beach free from danger, was delighted with the generosity shown by the audiences of 'Beauty and the Beast' last week, who donated £252.
If any other local charity or group has a proposal to work in conjunction with Seaford Musical Theatre, they can contact the Vinspired co-ordinator and Junior Director, Paula Woolven : firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about the excellent work of the Seaford Lifeguards, visit their webpage at : http://seafordlifeguards.org
Pictured: Chairman of Seaford Lifeguards, Pete Gwilliam (left) with theatre drummer, Tony Still.