Pot House pub fundraiser for Hartlepool RNLI

Lifeboats News Release

Hartlepool RNLI received a total of £339.00 from the Pot House pub on the Headland, Hartlepool recently.

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Hartlepool RNLI Chairman Malcolm Cook pictured with Pot House staff Jess Naylor(left) and Eve Gooding.
The 'Weight Watchers' raft race team who won the Headland Carnival raft race donated their £100.00 prize to the RNLI, a collection in the pub raised £59.00 and a donation in memory of the late Vera Crowther raised £180.00.

Hartlepool RNLI chairman Malcolm Cook said 'I would like to say thank you on behalf of all the volunteer crew members and station officials.
The donations over the years especially from the 'Pot House' have been amazing and we are very grateful for their support.'

Eve Gooding of the Pot House pub said 'The RNLI provide a fantastic service to the town and we are always proud to support them'.



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Hartlepool RNLI Chairman Malcolm Cook pictured with Pot House staff Jess Naylor(left) and Eve Gooding.

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