Pub offers 'Sanctuary' for Hartlepool RNLI

Lifeboats News Release

The popular White Hart pub at Hart Village is showing its support for the Hartlepool RNLI by donating 25p to the charity that saves lives at sea for every pint of the Camerons Brewery 'Sanctuary' beer sold over the bar.

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Hartlepool RNLI chairman Malcolm Cook(right) with White Hart pub owners Emma Elliott and James Nichol.
Pub owner Emma Elliott said 'We are both proud and delighted to support the Hartlepool RNLI and its volunteer crew members and our fundraiser is a way of saying thank you for the amazing service they provide for the town'.
Hartlepool RNLI chairman Malcolm Cook said 'On behalf of all the volunteers at the lifeboat station we are very grateful for the pub's support'.
'Camerons Brewery have also shown tremendous support for the charity by donating 5p to the RNLI from every pint of 'Sanctuary' sold across the region.'

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