Brighton and Tower RNLI volunteers tie the knot

Lifeboats News Release

Brighton RNLI volunteers Dan and Jade finally tied the knot last Saturday (29 May 2021) after first meeting at the lifeboat station 10 years ago!

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Dan and Jade in their yellow wellies

Dan and Jade both started their volunteering at Brighton RNLI which later led to Dan joining Tower RNLI – the charity’s busiest lifeboat station.

Because the RNLI has been such a big part of their lives, Dan and Jade made sure that their volunteer lifeboating commitment was part of their big day with a suitable wedding cake topper and by sporting yellow wellies on the big day!

Jade said, “After spending time on the crew with Dan we grew closer and our partnership on the boat grew into love. Our son, Noah, was born 2.5 years ago and he’s been visiting the lifeboat station in his knitted wellies since day one. We hope that some day he’ll carry on the family tradition and get his own pager!” Roger Cohen, proud dad to Jade and grandfather to Noah, is also the volunteer Operations Manager for Brighton and Newhaven RNLI stations.

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Wedding Cake

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Groom, Bride and Father of the Bride

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