Ladies RNLI darts league raise funds for Dungeness and Littlestone

Lifeboats News Release

On Friday 28 April at the Institute in Lydd, the local RNLI ladies darts league, who have been raising funds during their darts matches, kindly presented cheques to Dungeness and Littlestone RNLI lifeboat stations totalling £1,500 to help the RNLI continue saving lives

Dungeness volunteer crew and fundraisers holding cheque

RNLI/volunteer crew member Simon Collins

Dungeness volunteer crew members Daniel Head and James McQuirke holding cheque together with Brian Wilkinson and Betty Paine from the Dungeness RNLI fundraising committee

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