RNLI in Borth honours 52 years of volunteering by Paul Frost

Lifeboats News Release

Paul Frost was presented with a certificate recognising his service of over 30 years as Chairman of the Borth RNLI.

Jack Evershed presenting RNLI certificate of service to Paul Frost

RNLI/Dave Reynolds

Jack Evershed presenting RNLI certificate of service to Paul Frost
During the Borth RNLI Annual Dinner, Paul Frost was presented with a certificate to acknowledge over 30 years service as Chairman of the RNLI Branch in Borth. Paul made a fantastic contribution in his 30+ years as Chairman but he was also involved in the initial setting up of the station in 1966, so his entire volunteer service exceeded 52 years.

Presenting his certificate was Jack Evershed the current Chairman on the Borth Branch.

The Borth Annual Dinner recognises outstanding contributions to the RNLI in Borth and presentations were also made to Martyn Davies for 20 years of service on the crew and to Rhys Gardnier who qualified as a Helm this year.

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