Fat Face fund raising day for the Mumbles lifeboat

Lifeboats News Release

The team at the Fat Face store in The Mumbles held a fund raising day for their local lifeboat station last summer.

Crew receive cheque from store manager Julie Thomas

RNLI/Andy Miles

Crew receive cheque
The team raised over £370 for the charity by donating profit from the day.
Tim Conway lifeboat operations manager at The Mumbles said 'We're immensely grateful for their fund raising efforts. The RNLI relies totally on donations like this to keep the fleet of lifeboats launching and to give their volunteer crew the best possible training'.
Store manager Julie Thomas is pictured presenting a cheque to the crew of the Mumbles RNLI lifeboats.

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