Flamborough Lifeboat Crew and Supporters raised over £1,650 during their pantomime performances last week, as crowds flocked to see the shows at Flamborough Village Hall.
The show, “Jack and the Giant Weed” which ran from January 25-28, included musical numbers by children from the village and memorable performances from the Dames and Pantomime Boy.
The Friday night performance and Saturday matinee show were sellouts whilst the showing on Thursday was also very well attended.
The money raised will go towards crew training and operational costs at the 140-year-old station to help the service continue to save lives at sea.
Jane Heaton, from the RNLI, said: “Flamborough RNLI crew and supporters would like to say thank you to everyone who came to the performances and also thank all those involved behind the scenes.
“Everybody had a wonderful time, it made everyone laugh and we look forward to entertaining the village again next year.”