Anglesey Builders Limited Support RNLI Moelfre in the Great Strait Raft Run.

Lifeboats News Release

For a second consecutive year Moelfre RNLI along with the Wales Air Ambulance are the chosen charities to benefit from the Great Strait Raft Run, by Anglesey builders Ltd / Adeiladwyr Mon Cyf and Anglesey Chimney Sweeps. The race takes place on May 26th on the Menai Strait.

Anglesey Builders

In choosing their beneficiaries for the race, they stated:
'These charities risk their lives to save others, they are brave, courageous and above all, amazing people. They should be recognised more for what they do. We the public, are very lucky to have this team of volunteers looking after us in times of peril'

Anglesey Builders Limited/Anglesey Chimney Sweeps are an Anglesey based company and have been building since 1997, all directed by their founder Dyfed Owen. They employ 20 local people.

The RNLI volunteers at Moelfre lifeboat station are extremely grateful for the support of this local business which endorses 'One Team, One Focus', this is also very much the ethos of the RNLI volunteers here at Moelfre and it is good to work with a company that shares our values. We wish them good luck and fun in the forthcoming Great Strait Raft Run.

For further information, please contact Phil Williams, Moelfre Lifeboat Press Officer, on 0777 3979910

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