Certificates and Medals for Beaumaris Lifeboat volunteers

Lifeboats News Release

Volunteers at Beaumaris Lifeboat station held a belated Christmas dinner on Friday night 1 July 2022 in order that they could congratulate those volunteers receiving an award.

The volunteers who could attend on the night with their Queens Platinum Jubilee medals.

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The volunteers who attended on with their Queens Platinum Jubilee medals.

Stuart Wallace the Regional Lifesaving Lead for the Wales and West. was in attendance to present the awards

Ex crew members who have retired or left the lifeboat during the Covid pandemic received certificates of appreciation for their service with the lifeboat.

Awards in recognition of at least 20 years’ service also issued to volunteers.

In addition, Stuart distributed to those volunteers present that qualified Platinum Jubilee medals marking the Queens’s 70 years on the throne.

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