Lifeboat Tea Rooms was vandalised and although open for business, still need your help
The Tea Rooms behind St Luke's Church in Formby was vandalised on Monday 7th May leaving them with a hefty bill for a smashed window and broken benches. Since then we have seen many messages of support and had people asking what they can do to help.
Donations would be much appreciated to help with the cost of repairs. They can be dropped in at the Vicarage by the Church or to Ms Ann Wood at the Tea Room. Alongside donations you can also pop along to the tearooms and enjoy Freshly made sandwiches, soup, cakes and beverages – they can even do take-outs.
The Lifeboat Tea Room, located behind St Luke's Church, is open from May to August on Fridays and Saturdays, 11:00am to 4:00pm and also open on Bank Holidays.
The Tea Room is named to recognise that Formby is the home of the very first Lifeboat Station in the World.
What a beautiful setting to sit and enjoy a cup of tea and a cake as you relax in stunning Formby Pinewoods. A very professional but, relaxed atmosphere with friendly faces in a pleasantly appointed tearoom which has access to the pinewoods by Lifeboat Road, and also to Formby beach.
Why not take the opportunity to visit the beautiful church and woodland grounds and enjoy refreshments served to your table either in the Meeting Room adjacent to the church, or at one of the outside tables (dog walkers are welcome).
You may also want to visit the remains of the Lifeboat Station which is located on the beach nearby or view the display in the Tea Room about the history of the Lifeboat Station in Formby and the work of the RNLI.
Broken chairs and tables that were vandalised and below,
a small statue was thrown through the window.