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Merseyside Police PCSO’s and ACE amazing donation!

Lifeboats News Release

PCSO’s from Belle Vale Police station and staff from Active Community Enterprise raise over £1000 for New Brighton Lifeboat Station

RNLI/Garreth Berry

PCSO, ACE staff and Lifeboat Crew
New Brighton Lifeboat volunteers were on hand to meet the fantastic team made up of PCSO’s from Merseyside Police, Belle Vale Police station and staff from (ACE) Active Community Enterprise.

Their combined efforts made up of a 15 mile walk, table sales and raffles raised an incredible £1171 which was donated and presented to New Brighton Lifeboat volunteers recently.

Thank you for choosing to raise funds for the RNLI and thanks to all those who donated.
This will go a long way to help #SaveLivesAtSea

RNLI/Garreth Berry

The ACE team and PCSO’s

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