Thanks for charity fundraiser support

ORGANISERS of a charity dinner dance in support of a daring Guinness world record attempt wish to thank everyone who attended for their support.

The event was arranged by Lucy Keogh to help fundraise for an attempt by four members of Scarborough Sub Aqua Club to cross the English Channel underwater using sea scooters - a feat which has never been tried before.

Heath Samples, Annie Morrison, Tom Clark and Darren Spencer will do an hour at a time in relay and they are estimating that it will take up to ten hours to make the crossing.

The dinner dance at the Royal Hotel was organised to help raise funds before the attempt takes place on July 22.

Proceeds will go towards Help for Heroes and RNLI Lifeboats.

Organiser Lucy Keogh said: “From start to finish the night was amazing, everyone had a wonderful time.

“The weather was lovely which meant we could enjoy the drinks reception on the balcony at the Royal Hotel. The service, food and the venue itself were brilliant, the staff couldn’t do enough for us.

“All the fantastic entertainment went down very well with the 120 guests.

“A huge thank you to all who supported the occasion.”