Sale of book raises £1000
A book that chronicles the history of Flamborough RNLI lifeboat has raised £1000 for Flamborough RNLI.
There are still copies of the book available, costing £12.99 and can be obtained from the Tuck shop and Post Office in Flamborough, the RNLI shop at the lifeboat station, South Landing and at the Harbour Heritage museum, Bridlington harbour. Copies can be ordered directly from Paul Arro
e mail: plandsa[email protected]. Postage and packing will cost £3.50.
Paul presented a cheque for £1000 to Dave Freeman, Lifeboats Operations Manager, Flamborough RNLI.
Paul said he is pleased how the book has sold and hopes to raise more funds for Flamborough RNLI as the remaining copies are sold.
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