Beaumaris lifeboat station has a new volunteer Lifeboat Operations Manager.

Lifeboats News Release

As the present volunteer Operations Manager is due to move away from the area shortly a new lifeboat operations manager (LOM) has been appointed at Beaumaris.

New L.O.M. at Beaumaris Mr Tim Bailey

RNLI/T Bailey

New L.O.M. at Beaumaris Mr Tim Bailey

The previous operations manager Wing Commander Phil Greville is shortly to move away from Anglesey to Norfolk and it was considered that the travel time from there to Beaumaris would be rather excessive especially by road!

Phil has been the operations manager at Beaumaris since 2011 and has steered the station through many events and changes.

All at the lifeboat station wish him well in the future and thank him for all his hard work in his time as our operations manager.

His replacement Mr Tim Bailey is a boatyard owner who as well as being a member of the shore crew is a launch vehicle driver this being in addition to his duties as a deputy launching authority.

In his new voluntary role as Lifeboat Operation Manager, Tim will oversee the general operation of the station and the lifeboat As well as having the authority to launch the lifeboat he will also be liaising with the other emergency services and play a leading part in future changes and developments at the station.

The previous operations manager Wing Commander Phil Greville is shortly to move away from Anglesey to Norfolk and it was considered that the travel time from there to Beaumaris would be rather excessive especially by road!

Phil has been the operations manager at Beaumaris since 2011 and has steered the station through many events and changes.

All at the lifeboat station wish him well in the future and thank him for all his hard work in his time as our operations manager.

His replacement Mr Tim Bailey is a boatyard owner who as well as being a member of the shore crew is a launch vehicle driver this being in addition to his duties as a deputy launching authority.

In his new voluntary role as Lifeboat Operation Manager, Tim will oversee the general operation of the station and the lifeboat As well as having the authority to launch the lifeboat he will also be liaising with the other emergency services and play a leading part in future changes and developments at the station.

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