Rhyl RNLI shop volunteers receive welcome donation

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Jayden Thompson from Warrington, visited the station on 19 July 2021 to deliver a cheque for the station

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Paul Noden presents Jayden Thompson with a receipt for his donation of £145
The donation was a 'Thank you' for the crew who saved his relative a few weeks earlier. The relative was safely rescued from their inflatable by the inshore lifeboat from Rhyl, and returned to the beach unharmed to their waiting family.
Jayden went to the RNLI lifeboat shop alongside the boathouse, and presented volunteer Paul Noden with a cheque for £145.00, which he had collected for the charity at his home in Warrington.
Paul says ' The RNLI are extremely grateful to Jayden for this donation, and we are all glad his relative was successfully rescued. In these trying times, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, like many other charities, are struggling to raise the necessary funds to keep running'.
The photo shows Jayden holding the receipt for his donation, and Paul Noden thanking him, outside the lifeboat station at Rhyl.

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