Morecambe Christian Spiritualist Church Make £1000 Donation To Morecambe RNLI

Lifeboats News Release

On Wednesday 18 March 2020 Morecambe RNLI received a very generous donation of £1000 from the Morecambe Spiritualist Church.

RNLI/Chris Smith

Hovercraft Commander Andy Wright with the £1000 cheque
On Wednesday 18 March 2020 Morecambe RNLI received a very generous donation of £1000 from the Morecambe Spiritualist Church. This is greatly appreciated especially by the charity in the uncertain times around us as events unfold. Volunteer crew member Adam Mills said: 'All at Morecambe RNLI would like to place on record their heartfelt thanks for such a kind donation.'

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