Donation to Rhyl RNLI lifeboat crew following the annual Dip.
Belief, a charity fundraising group present cheque for £1433 to Rhyl volunteer crew
Crewmembers visited the hostelry recently to receive the cheque, presented by the group.
Coxswain Martin Jones said 'the RNLI is extremely grateful to fundraisers like Belief. They do a lot of hard work to help the local community, and we are happy to reciprocate by visiting the hostelry, just for a soft drink, of course!'
Picture, courtesy of RNLI mechanic Callum Robinson, shows the group presenting the cheque to crew members (from left) Tommy Edwards; Evan Edwards, and Colin Jones.
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