Porthdinllaen Easter Fundraising Dip

Lifeboats News Release

Porthdinllaen Lifeboat Station will be holding a fundraising on Easter Sunday to raise funds for the RNLI charity.

Dippers brave the water at Morfa Nefyn

RNLI/Dylan Thomas

Fundraising dip at Porthdinllaen on 1st January 2016

The original fundraising dip scheduled for New Years day had to be cancelled due to adverse weather conditions, and due to the popularity of the event, it was decided to re-schedule to Easter Sunday.

The Dip itself will take place at Bwlch Beach, Morfa Nefyn at 12:00 Midday on Sunday 16th April (Easter Sunday). Those wishing to participate are welcome to attend in fancy dress and are requested to register at Bwlch Beach from 11:15am onwards.

There will be a fee of £3 for those who participate which will include a warm drink after the dip and a medal for taking part. Porthdinllaen Lifeboat Station will also be open to the public and families are welcome to come and meet the crew and see the stations Tamar Class lifeboat the John D Spicer.
All proceeds of the day will go to the RNLI.

For more information contact Dylan Parry Thomas, Porthdinllaen Lifeboat Press Officer on 07747 600019.

RNLI/Dylan Thomas

Porthdinllaen Lifeboat Station Tamar Class lIfeboat

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