Caton school pupils raise money for lifeboats

Lifeboats News Release

Following a visit by Year 1 pupils from Caton Primary School to Morecambe’s RNLI lifeboat station, a collection was held at the school’s end of term concert; raising £80 for the charity.

Caton Primary School teacher, Emily Keen, presents the cheque to Morecambe RNLI Shop Volunteer Alan Forshaw


Caton school pupils raise money for lifeboats

Morecambe RNLI volunteer Deputy Launching Authority, Colin Midwinter, said: ‘We aim to encourage organised groups, of all ages, to learn about the work that we do as part of our lifeboat station’s Community Safety Plan. This is a marvellous gesture by the school and it is very much appreciated.’

Notes to editors

  • Morecambe Lifeboat Station has been operating since 1966.
  • Personnel can be available for interview.

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