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New Quay RNLI receives donation from Llanybydder Community Centre

Lifeboats News Release

Before Christmas Llanybydder Community Centre presented New Quay RNLI with a cheque for £600.

Bernie Davies, New Quay Lifeboat Station’s mechanic said, “We were presented with a cheque from Llanybydder Community Centre and would like to thank them for their generosity and wish them well with the community centre’s ongoing project.”

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