Teignmouth RNLI lifeboat crew receive donation

Lifeboats News Release

Andy Burry presented a cheque for £150 to members of Teignmouth RNLI lifeboat crew on Remembrance Sunday.

Teignmouth RNLI crew receiving a cheque from Andy Burry


Cheque presentation
Andy served for 38 years in the Royal Navy and the money was raised through fines for the top table at his retirement do held at RNAS Culdrose.

Charlie Woolnough, Lifeboat Operations Manager said ‘we’d like to thank Andy for this kind donation and wish him all the best for a happy retirement’.

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