Champagne sale raises £1,130 for RNLI

Daily Echo: Champagne sale raises £1,130 for RNLI Champagne sale raises £1,130 for RNLI

VINTAGE champagne sold at a recent raffle has netted the RNLI a cool £1,130.

Murray’s Seafood Restaurant in Cowes High Street, Isle of Wight hosted the raffle to raise money for the Cowes RNLI lifeboat station appeal.

The seafood restaurant was set up 35 years ago by Fran, an RNLI committee member and manager of the charity’s local charity shop and Brian Bracken.

Pictured from left – lifeboat crew member Stuart Higgs, waitress Rachael Figgins, Fran Bracken and lifeboat operations manager Mark Southwell; (back) lifeboat crew James Rankin, Peter Cunningham, and Peter Tarrant.


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