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Another successful Storm Force day at Holyhead RNLI

Lifeboats News Release

The rain came but it never stopped the fun for the 30 children who joined the volunteer crew at Holyhead, with the highlight of the day a special appearance from the RNLI's very own Stormy Stan.

This was the fourth annual Storm Force event at Holyhead Lifeboat Station, which was well supported by crew and volunteers.

The day involved tours of the station, the inshore and all-weather lifeboat, as well as quizzes, games and dressing up for both the Storm Force members and their parents.  The event culminated in a ‘mock’ rescue with Stormy Stan jetting off to rescue a crew member in the inshore lifeboat.

A fun packed and informative day was had by all with lots of happy smiling faces looking forward to the event again next year.
 
To find out more about the RNLI's Storm Force club please visit:  http://rnli.org/shorething/joinin/otherwaystojoinin/Pages/Join-Storm-Force.aspx
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For further information, please contact Ray Steadman, RNLI Lifeboat Press Officer at Holyhead on 07867 506939.

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