SEAFORD: Rugby club’s charity panto is no flash in the pan

Seaford RFC Pantomime Players presenting a cheque for �1500.00 to Alan Taylor and Joanna Hedges of the Sussex MS Treatment Centre, Shoreham
Seaford RFC Pantomime Players presenting a cheque for �1500.00 to Alan Taylor and Joanna Hedges of the Sussex MS Treatment Centre, Shoreham

A CHEQUE for £1,500 has been handed over to a good cause, following a successful pantomime in Seaford.

Seaford Rugby Football Club (RFC) members put on a performance of ‘Saucy Pan’, an adult version of Peter Pan, in aid of the Sussex Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Centre in Shoreham.

Members recently met with centre manager Alan Taylor and events organiser and deputy manager Joanna Hedges to hand over the cheque.

The Seaford RFC would like to thank John Treacy, proprietor of the White Lion public house in Seaford, for allowing the team to rehearse in his function room free of charge.