New Brighton RNLI supports Movember campaign

Lifeboats News Release

Some impressive moustaches were on display this week to signify the end of the New Brighton Lifeboat Station’s Movember challenge.

New Brighton RNLI supports Movember campaign

RNLI/New Brighton

New Brighton RNLI supports Movember campaign
Once again, the crew wanted to show their support for Movember as they know the importance of raising vital funds for charity. A fantastic effort from all involved saw the crew raise over £1300 in donations towards the annual Movember campaign which aims to raise awareness and eliminate the stigma behind mental health in men and fighting cancer.

All of the crew would like to thank everyone who donated towards and supported this fantastic cause.

Notes to editor
  • Attached is a photo of New Brighton Lifeboat crew sporting their moustaches as they support the Movember campaign.
  • Photo credit: New Brighton RNLI.

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