Britain’s Got Talent finalist Gabrielle ‘Gabz’ Gardiner to perform at Hemsby Lifeboat day

The stage is set for the Britain's Got Talent finalist to perform in Hemsby. Photo: Tom Dymond/Syco/

The stage is set for the Britain's Got Talent finalist to perform in Hemsby. Photo: Tom Dymond/Syco/Thames/PA Wire - Credit: PA

A Britain's Got Talent finalist will be perform at a charity fun day.

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The 18-year-old RnB performer Gabrielle 'Gabz' Gardiner is scheduled to appear at Hemsby Lifeboat Day in August.

She reached the final of the seventh series of Britain's Got Talent in 2013 and finished in seventh place.

The teenager from Stevenage in Hertfordshire has gone on to release four singles including a charity record for the World Cup in Brazil.

There will also be displays from Hemsby Lifeboat, Gorleston Lifeboat, Caister Lifeboat and RNLI lifeguards.


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As well as all the traditional fun fair activities including a tombola, cakes, a grand draw raffle, arts and crafts, model trains and trucks, fun games, face painting, a bouncy castle, beer bus, barbecue and live music.

Hemsby Lifeboat Day takes place at the lifeboat station on Sunday, August 13 from 10am until late.

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