Donation in memory of Aberystwyth lifeboat crewmember.
A donation of £700 has been made to volunteer crewmembers of Aberystwyth lifeboat station in memory of ex-crew member Williams Stretch who died in December 2021.
His family kindly presented a cheque for £700 to Aberystwyth Lifeboat station in memory of him. 'Wills' family were also presented by Lifeboat Operations Manger Mr Richard Griffiths with a photograph of crewmembers paying their respects to the funeral cortege as it passed the Lifeboat Station.
'Will' was a committed crewmember of Aberystwyth Lifeboat in the 1980s and will be greatly missed by his family and many friends in Aberystwyth.
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