From all of your RNLI lifesavers here at West Kirby, thank you for your kind donation to our lifeboat appeal. 

Your generosity means we’ll soon have a new D class lifeboat that we can depend on when others depend on us. We’ll be able to reach casualties in hard-to-reach places, such as near the Wirral’s cliffs and rocks. And in the fastest time possible. Thanks to you, we’ll be one step closer to saving every one.

Four West Kirby RNLI lifeboat volunteers in full inshore lifeboat kit standing on the beach in front of the station’s launch and recovery vehicle – a Hagglund BV all-terrain carrier – which is carrying the station’s D class inshore lifeboat. There are three male crew members and one female crew member. The sea and land can be seen in the background.
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