Rhyl RNLI Festive Dip Fundraisers present cheque
Local Rhyl fundraising group 'Belief' presented a cheque today for taking part in the RNLI Rhyl Festive Dip on Boxing Day.
The group raised an amazing £1,225 and presented the cheque to Coxswain Martin Jones. Belief have become fancy dress regulars at the annual festive dip, this year taking part as a flock of flamingos!
Rhyl RNLI Coxswain Martin Jones said: 'We are grateful to the Belief fundraising group for braving the cold water every year to support us, we rely on their donations to keep the RNLI afloat. We look forward to seeing what fancy dress costumes they come up with at the next dip!'
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