Marina effort tops £3,000

PUBLISHED: 15:00 24 November 2012

John Gittings, Portishead & Bristol Lifeboat Trust, Jenny Williams, main organiser of Marina Day, Stephanie Mogg from Quay Marinas and Cathy Mayo from Galley Food Bar at the marina.

John Gittings, Portishead & Bristol Lifeboat Trust, Jenny Williams, main organiser of Marina Day, Stephanie Mogg from Quay Marinas and Cathy Mayo from Galley Food Bar at the marina.

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PORTISHEAD’S Festival on the Quay raised more than £3,000 for the Portishead and Bristol Lifeboat Trust.

Organisers braved torrential rain to stage the event this year, which included live music with food and drink at Portishead marina.

The event was a joint effort between Jenny Williams and The Galley, Portishead Quay Marinas, the town’s cruising club and the lifeboat.

Jenny said: “It was great that, despite the weather, so many people supported the event and we were able to hand over such a grand sum.”

The next quayside event will be a carols on the quay service at 3pm on December 9 which will raise funds for St Peter’s Hospice.

n Pictured: John Gittings, of the Portishead & Bristol Lifeboat Trust, with Marina Day organiser Jenny Williams, Stephanie Mogg, of Quay Marinas, and Cathy Mayo, from the Galley Food Bar.


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