Little Miss Crown & Glory UK fundraises for RNLI Boathouse Appeal

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6 Year old Gabi Mc Millan name’s Pwllheli Boathouse Appeal as one of her chosen charities to fundraise towards during her reign as Little Miss Crown & Glory UK

Gabi stands next to Mersey Class Lifeboat at Pwllheli

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Gabi stands next to Mersey Class Lifeboat at Pwllheli
As the winner of the Little Miss Crown and Glory Caernarfon finals held recently, 6 year old Gabi McMillan from Caernarfon progressed to the Crown and Glory UK finals where she won the overall Little Miss title for 2019. During her reign, as Little Miss Crown and Glory UK Gabi has been very busy fundraising for various charities. To date she has raised £1,728.15 for Abby’s Army children’s cancer charity. In addition to this she has also decided to raise funds for the Air Ambulance and Pwllheli Lifeboat’s new Shannon Boathouse appeal. Gabi and her mother Debrah McMillan visited Pwllheli Lifeboat Station last week to mark the start of her money raising efforts for the charity. The management and crew of Pwllheli Lifeboat Station would like to thank Gabi and her family for their hard work in supporting their appeal.

Pictured on board Pwllheli Lifeboat are Gabi and her mother Debrah during their visit to Pwllheli Lifeboat Station. If you wish to donate to any of Gabi’s chosen charities please contact Debrah McMillan via email, debramcmillan@gmail.com


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