Trio raise funds for local charities

Dave Smith of the Lowrider band and managing director or Beactive Mobility handed over the cheque to

Dave Smith of the Lowrider band and managing director or Beactive Mobility handed over the cheque to Mike Beadle of the RNLI in Lowestoft. Picture: Mick Howes. - Credit: Archant

Three members of staff employed at Beactive Mobility in Lowestoft have held a charity night in Norwich.

Malcolm Chubick receiving the cheque from Keith Lebbel of Wypeout, with the air ambulance cheque pre

Malcolm Chubick receiving the cheque from Keith Lebbel of Wypeout, with the air ambulance cheque presented by John Cramer of The Glamtastics. Picture: SUE BIGNELL PHOTOGRAPHY. - Credit: Archant

The duo also play in three different local bands - Wypeout, Lowrider and The Glamtastics - and held the fundraiser at The Talk nightclub.

The night was a huge success and raised £1,460 for each of the three charities. They were the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), the Motor Neurone Disease Association Norfolk and Waveney branch and the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Motor neurone branch manager Malcolm Chubick was presented the cheque by Keith Lebbel of Wypeout, with the air ambulance cheque presented by John Cramer of The Glamtastics.

And Dave Smith of the Lowrider band and managing director or Beactive Mobility handed over the check aboard the lifeboat in Lowestoft to Mike Beadle of the RNLI.


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