SEAFORD mayor Linda Wallraven is appealing to residents to raise as much money as possible during a month for local charity Waves.
She has written to Seaford organisations asking them to pick a date in March next year and host an event of any size, which could include a spare change hunt, a tug of war, a youth concert, a sponsored sporting event, cake or book sales and dress up (or down) days at work.
The mayor will attend, take part in and publicise the event, in what is being billed as the Mayor’s Mad March.
Seaford schools and nurseries have also been invited to participate, including a family themed art competition for young people.
An exhibition of photos, media and winning art from March will be on display at Arts@the Crypt Gallery on Friday April 6 ending with a mayoral reception for event organisers and competition winners, where the total raised will be announced.
Seaford charity Waves is a family support service based in Church Street.
The Royal Society of St George, Seaford Musical Theatre Juniors and staff and councillors at Seaford Town Council are hosting events.
Call the mayor’s secretary on 894870 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.