A long and happy married life for Llandudno couple helps RNLI lifesavers.

Lifeguards News Release

Allan Cuthbertson and his wife Cherie, life long residents of Llandudno, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.

RNLI/Alun Pari Huws

Allan and Cherie visiting the boat house at Llandudno

Allan is a lifelong lifeboat enthusiast and photographer. In lieu of presents they asked that any money be donated for the benefit of Llandudno Lifeboat Station. The gifts came to £350.

Lifeboat Operations Manager, Capt Marcus Elliott said:

'We are all very touched that Allan and Cherie have chosen to mark this special event in their lives in this way. We wish them many more happy years together.'

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