Thoughtful Glanconwy Brownies show their generosity at Christmas

Lifeboats News Release

Llandudno Lifeboat volunteers Barney Baker and Jonathan Woodhead have been along to the First Glanconwy Brownies to pick up an 'Emergency Services' goodie bag.

RNLI/Glanconwy Brownies

Each year they put together some treats for people who are at work over the festive period. Llandudno RNLI were there with the Police, Fire Brigade, Ambulance and Air Ambulance.

Barney and Jonathan said, “it was great to be invited along with our colleagues from the other emergency services and it is so heartening that the Brownies are thinking of everyone working and volunteering over Christmas”.

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