Largs CSO'S have a successful Life Jacket Clinic over the weekend.

Lifeboats News Release

Members of Largs Community Safety team held a successful Life Jacket Clinic in Glasgow this weekend.

The Largs based community Safety Officers were in Glasgow this weekend over two days they carried out a Life Jacket Clinic at The Glasgow Angling Centre where public support was fantastic.
Of the Life Jackets Checked 25% were found to be faulty and would not have inflated in an emergency.
Such was the support, a sum of £135 was donated as a thank you for the Clinic it was greatly appreciated.
Thank You.

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