A KNITTING club has donated £200 to the Rhyl RNLI station.

The Easter Chicks knitting club created Easter rabbits as part of a fundraiser for charities across the region.

The club was formed by Bethan Waters in 2011 after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012 and sadly died aged 35 in 2013. She asked the remaining members to continue their fundraising efforts.

Members visited the Rhyl Promenade station on Easter Sunday.

Deputy coxswain Andrew Wilde said: "In these strange times, the charity is exceptionally grateful to groups like these, who contribute even during the pandemic, to help continue saving lives at sea."

This year Rhyl RNLI lifeboats have launched on 18 occasions. The organisation relies on donations.

For more information visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rhylrnli21