Donation in memory of parents

Lifeboats News Release

A generous donation received by Pwllheli RNLI, in memory of parents.

Mr & Mrs Pointon with cheque donating to Coxswain Clive Moore


Mr & Mrs Pointon / Coxswain Clive Moore
A donation of £2000 was received recently by Mr Sam Pointon of Davenham Northwich in aid of the Pwllheli Boathouse Appeal.

Mr Pointon donated the funds in memory of his late parents, LT Commander TCS Pointon RN and wife Mrs KM Pointon. His farther served for many years as an officer in the Royal Navy.

All at Pwllheli Lifeboat station would wish to thank Mr & Mrs Pointon for their generous donation which will significantly boost our new boathouse appeal.

For more information contact Tomos Moore, Pwllheli Lifeboat Press Officer on 07552 446447 or email [email protected] Alternatively contact Eleri Roberts, RNLI Public Relations Manager on 07771 941390 or email [email protected].

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