Raft Racing Company Raise Funds for RNLI Moelfre.

Lifeboats News Release

Local building company Anglesey Builders and Anglesey Chimney Sweeps once again chose RNLI Moelfre as one of the beneficiaries from their fundraising, as a result of taking part in the Menai Strait Raft Race.

RNLI/Phil Williams

It was fantastic that those who participated in the raft race, accompanied by their friends, were able to come to the station to present the cheque for £1075 to our most grateful RNLI volunteers.

The donation received is a huge help to keep us saving lives at sea.

For further information, please contact Phil Williams, Moelfre Lifeboat Press Officer, on 07773 979910

RNLI/Phil Williams

RNLI/Phil Williams

RNLI/Phil Williams

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