Council in good decision shocker

I CANNOT be the only reader to realise that the sums for the free beach concert do not add up.

It costs £5,000 to put on but only gives £2,400 to the RNLI. If the ungrateful who attend cannot be bothered to put their hands in their pockets and make reasonable donations in lieu of ticket sales why not simply forgo the concert and donate the cost of putting it on instead, giving a larger amount to charity?

For once a sensible stance from our council, not to give money to this event.

ROB ROSCOE

Woodspring Close

St Leonards