Camber Sands Caravan Owners Group donate to Dungeness RNLI

Lifeboats News Release

On Sunday 30 October some of the owners from the Camber Sands Caravan Owners Group went along to Dungeness RNLI lifeboat station to present £500 to the station to help the RNLI continue saving lives at sea.

Camber Sands caravan owners group presenting Brian Wilkinson, Vice Chairman of the Dungeness Fundraising Committee with their donation

RNLI/Catherine De Lacy

Brian Wilkinson, Vice Chairman of the Dungeness Fundraising Committee with their donation

Raffles and quizzes were held to raise this huge amount of money and Brian Wilkinson, volunteer vice-chairman of the fundraising committee was on hand to receive the donation on behalf of the lifeboat station.

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