Tom turns back the clock

Heatherdale Residential Home Broomhill have shown great support for the lifeboats at Amble,'With the help of the Quayside Fish and Chip Shop Amble which provided fish and chips at a reduced rate,  the residents,and family with friends held a Fish and Chip supper evening.  At the evening supper which included a raffle plus the village choir from Warkworth providing entertainment, they all managed to raise the magnificent amount of �200 for Amble RNLI Lifeboats.''Our attached photo shows Heatherdale manager Allison Moore and Day care resident Tom Crozier presenting the �200 cheque to the Amble Lifeboat Operation Manager Rodney Burge''Tom Crozier had  been a volunteer lifeboat man at Amble for 30years and during that time was Assistant mechanic to the lifeboats and served with three different classes of lifeboat and was therefore present at many a rescue .''After the presentation of the cheque  the residents were showed some videos of the Amble Lifeboats in action, this including one in which Tom was a member of
Heatherdale Residential Home Broomhill have shown great support for the lifeboats at Amble,'With the help of the Quayside Fish and Chip Shop Amble which provided fish and chips at a reduced rate, the residents,and family with friends held a Fish and Chip supper evening. At the evening supper which included a raffle plus the village choir from Warkworth providing entertainment, they all managed to raise the magnificent amount of �200 for Amble RNLI Lifeboats.''Our attached photo shows Heatherdale manager Allison Moore and Day care resident Tom Crozier presenting the �200 cheque to the Amble Lifeboat Operation Manager Rodney Burge''Tom Crozier had been a volunteer lifeboat man at Amble for 30years and during that time was Assistant mechanic to the lifeboats and served with three different classes of lifeboat and was therefore present at many a rescue .''After the presentation of the cheque the residents were showed some videos of the Amble Lifeboats in action, this including one in which Tom was a member of

KIND-HEARTED folk at Broomhill’s Heatherdale Residential Care Home helped raise hundreds of pounds for the RNLI at Amble.

The residents, alongside family and friends, held a fish and chip supper evening, which included a raffle and musical entertainment from Warkworth Village Choir.

The food was provided by Amble’s Quayside Cafe and Chippy at a reduced rate.

Heatherdale manager Alison Moore and day care resident Tom Crozier presented a cheque for £200 to Amble lifeboat operations manager Rodney Burge.

Tom had volunteered there for 30 years and was an assistant mechanic during that time.

He served with three different classes of lifeboat and was present on many rescues.

After the cheque presentation, the residents were shown some videos of the Amble lifeboats in action, including one in which Tom was a crew member.