Plays success at Lytham Hall bring boost to charities
Record attendances and record gate receipts for this summer's outdoor plays season at Lytham Hall have been followed by a record amount being donated to charity.
Lytham St Annes Lifeboat Station, Brian House Children’s Hospice and the St Luke’s Leprosy Hospital in India will share the Â£1,200 proceeds from the interval raffles at this summer’s biggest-ever five-play programme.
It takes the raffles’ charity total over the plays’ nine years past the Â£8,000 mark.
Organiser Julian Wilde said: “We are delighted with the total – and a much bigger sum for Lytham Hall’s restoration fund from ticket sales will be announced shortly.”