Cromer Ladies Lifeboat Guild raise over £450 with their coffee morning

Lifeboats News Release

Cromer RNLI has said a huge 'thank you' to the Cromer Ladies Lifeboat Guild and supporters for organising a coffee morning on Saturday 19 February.

The station also extended its thanks to everyone who attended the coffee morning.

John Redmond, RNLI volunteer Lifeboat Operations Manager at Cromer said: ‘I’d like to say a huge 'thank you' to the Cromer Ladies Lifeboat Guild and supporters for organising such a successful coffee morning. An impressive £473.10 was raised in support of the lifesaving volunteers at Cromer RNLI.

‘It was great that the event was so well supported by the local community. Such support enables our charity to deliver its lifesaving services around the clock, 365 days a year.'

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