Royal National Lifeboat Institution Branch
For many years Wrington Vale RNLI has been a successful fundraising group in the village and surrounding area. Over the years,
with wonderful support from you all, we have raised a great deal of money to help save lives at sea, and, latterly, also to provide Lifeguards on our beaches.
However, our ageing committee is no longer able to continue this work. We have tried without success to get younger, fitter people to join us, so that this valuable work can continue. This is a final appeal to folk in the Wrington area to volunteer to keep this fundraising group going. If you think you can help, please contact me.
Chairman, Wrington Vale Branch
About the Royal National Lifeboat Institution
The RNLI is supported entirely from voluntary contributions
There are now more than 215 lifeboat stations around the coasts of U.K. and Ireland
The boats launch more than 6,000 times a year on missions
On average they save 1,500 each year
They are manned by highly trained volunteer crews
The Wrington Branch, formed in 1999, has raised over £30,000 for the RNLI service
The Wrington Branch Chairman is Mike Owen