Magna Vitae teams at Skegness Pool & Fitness and The Embassy Theatre are delighted to be supporting the 2018 Sandi Starfish project. Running again this year, the summer child safety scheme, sees ‘starfish’ flags flying at the coastline’s RNLI stations. Children wear wristbands with parents’ or carers’ details on and if they get lost they know to go to the ‘flags’ where staff contact the parents.
The wristbands are being distributed from the Fitness Suite and the Theatre.
“This is a great idea and as venues which are popular with both residents and holidaymakers, we are really pleased to be supporting Sandi Starfish,” said Pool & Fitness Suite Duty Manager, Ross Cameron.
Pictured are supporters and organisers of the Sandi Starfish project: George Facey of the Skegness Hoteliers Association, Ross Cameron the duty manager at Magna Vitae’s Skegness Pool & Fitness Suite, PC Sally West the Community Beat Officer for Skegness, Kim Parrinder of the Big Lottery’s Coastal Communities Challenge fund for Mablethorpe, Trusthorpe and Sutton-on-Sea and the Mayor and Mayoress of Mablethorpe and Sutton Town Council Pauline and Stephen Palmer, and Chief Superintendent Paul Timmins.