Ex Helmsman at Beaumaris receives a certificate of Appreciation from the RNLI.

Lifeboats News Release

At the monthly Operations meeting of the volunteers at Beaumaris Lifeboat station the opportunity was taken to present a Certification of Appreciation to a volunteer who had been a helmsman at Beaumaris until moving to the Manchester area with his paid employment.

A certificate of appreciation for over ten years’ service was presented to ex helm Mr Jonathan Parry

In the picture in we see Wing Commander P Greville the volunteer Lifeboat Operations Manager (on the left) presenting the award to Mr J. Parry.

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