St Ives give thanks to Aspects Holidays

Lifeboats News Release

Volunteer crew member Paul Le Bas received the cheque socially distanced

Paul Le Bas socially distanced receiving the generous donation

RNLI/Niki Brooks

James Perkins, Lifeboat Operations Manager said 'Aspects are always a huge supporter to our lifeboat station, and sponsor and donate ever year on Lifeboat day, obviously this year’s lifeboat day like all our fundraising events was cancelled, but they still donated £2,000 to St Ives Lifeboat regardless.
Thanks so much to everyone at Aspects, we are very grateful'

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