First Kick Scooter Collective raise funds for hospice

Tizzer (Tyrone) Lewis and members handing over �900 cheque to the Hospice, Lancaster.
Tizzer (Tyrone) Lewis and members handing over �900 cheque to the Hospice, Lancaster.
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Scooter enthusiasts helped raise hundreds of pounds for Lancaster’s St John’s Hospice.

Recently founded, Morecambe’s ‘First Kick Scooter Collective’ wasted no time in making their mark on the area’s scooter scene by organising their charity night.

The event, which was held on November 15 at Morecambe Sailing Club, raised £900 for the Slyne Road hospice.

The evening’s Northern Soul sounds were provided by guest DJs Nigel Rothwell and Gary Willis of Morecambe Vinyl Players with Mick Wall covering the scootering favourites.

Main Sponsor Bowness Bay Brewery donated their Swan Blonde real ale to the event, all sales of which went to the Hospice.

James Barnes, co-organiser, said: “We couldn’t have asked for better support from our members.”