Paul Frost - former President of Borth RNLI Lifeboat Station

Lifeboats News Release

We are sad to report that the previous President of the Borth RNLI Lifeboat Station, Paul Frost, passed at the end of December 2021 after a long illness.

RNLI/Dave Reynolds

Paul gave many years of dedicated service to the Station at Borth and all the volunteers at the station are all sad to hear of his passing.

Paul served as President/Chair at Borth RNLI from 1st January 1984 until 31st July 2016. A total of 32 and a half years service.

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