In memory of Lisa Alice Greaves. 2nd May 1976 - 2nd May 2020.

Lifeboats News Release

This afternoon Lisa’s family travelled down to Moelfre (Monday 3rd Aug) to donate money in her memory.

RNLI/Sally Roberts

Keith Gary and Anne with RNLI volunteers Phil Williams and Jan Hurst..

Anne (Mother), Keith (Father) and Gary (Brother) presented Moelfre Lifeboat Station with a cheque for £700 in memory of Lisa who had recently passed away.

Lisa was a much-loved teacher at Ravensfield Primary School, Dukinfield.

Mrs Greaves explained how her Daughter was an avid supporter of the RNLI but was especially fond of Moelfre Lifeboat Station. Ravensfield School will also take part in more fundraising when a normal school schedule has resumed.

Alan Owen, Moelfre Lifeboat Coxswain said “On behalf of everyone at Moelfre Lifeboat Station and the RNLI we would like to pass our condolences to the family of Lisa and also thank you for the generous donation in her memory”

For further information, please contact Phil Williams, Moelfre Lifeboat Press Officer, on 07773 979910

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