Manor Lodge donates to Exmouth RNLI

1 : Residents of Manor Lodge Residential Care Home present their cheque to Exmouth RNLI Coxswain, Steve Hockings-Thompson at Exmouth RNLI Lifeboat Station flanked by other volunteer crew members and staff. Credit : John Thorogood / Exmouth RNLI

2 : The volunteer RNLI Community Safety Team at the fundraiser. Credit : Exmouth RNLI

Manor Lodge Residential Home raises over £1,600 for Exmouth RNLI volunteers

Manor Lodge Residential Care Home have raised £1604.00 for the Exmouth RNLI following their popular and well supported fundraising Garden Party on 3 August 2019.

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South West Beach Rugby raises over £2,000 for Exmouth RNLI

Photograph credited John Thorogood / Exmouth RNLI :  Holding Cheque, L – R, Roy Stott, Exmouth RNLI Deputy Coxswain; Steve Hockings-Thompson, Exmouth RNLI Coxswain. Holding banner in front of Exmouth RNLI Crew Members, Matt and Sarah Jess and their two boys Ted and Alfie.

South West Beach Rugby have raised £2104.22 for the Exmouth RNLI following their well supported two day beach rugby festival that took place on 29 and 30 June 2019.

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MISSING 14yr old PADDLE BOARDER AT BEADNELL BAY AND LIFEBOAT FETE UPDATE

Seahouses RNLI Lifeboat Crews had just come ashore after giving a lifeboat display to the public on their annual fund raising Fete day on Bank Holiday Monday, 26 August 2019, when they were paged again at 15:10hr by UK Coastguard. This time it was for a 14yr old girl on a paddle board, who was reported missing at Beadnell Bay. It was 3am this morning when most of the crew had got to bed after their previous call to a yacht in distress the previous evening.

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YACHT WITH ROPE AROUND PROPELLER, SOUTH OF HOLY ISLAND REQUESTS ASSISTANCE

Seahouses RNLI Lifeboat was requested to launch by UK Coastguard at 22.51hr on Friday 23 August 2019, (the night before their annual fund raising fete !) following a call for assistance from an 11 metre yacht, south of Holy Island. The yacht had run over lobster pot markers in the dark, and picked up a rope around its propeller.

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Exmouth RNLI Lifeboat Weekend

Announcing the events

Photographs credited to Exmouth RNLI  :

Maer_Rocks_Live_15 – Maer Rocks : Town Mayor opens the event – L-R, Roger Bourgein, Town Crier; Ellie Walker, RNLI Community Fundraising Manager; Volunteer Crew Charlie Allen, Event Organiser and Exmouth Town Mayor Steve Gazzard.

Maer_Rocks_Live_12 – Maer Rocks : Crowds enjoy entertainment at the well supported event.

Maer_Rocks_Live_14 – Maer Rocks : Wall to wall music enjoyed by all

Maer_Rocks_Live_8 – Maer Rocks : RNLI Mascot, Stormy Stan, enjoys a selfie

Open_Day_Live_2 – Town Mayor Steve Gazzard launches the Open Day

Open_Day_Live_4 – Town Mayor Steve Gazzard and Town Crier Roger Bourgein meet RNLI volunteers at the event

Open_Day_Live_7 – The ‘Whats in the Welly’ competition at the Lifeboat Station

This year’s amazingly successful annual Exmouth Lifeboat Weekend took place last weekend, raising over £2000 for the life saving charity.

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Charles Stanley donates to Exmouth RNLI

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Chris presents his cheque to Exmouth RNLI. L to R : Simon Davidson, Chair – Exmouth Lifeboat Management Group, Charles Harris-Deane, Director of Investment Management at Charles Stanley Wealth Management and Robin Humphreys, Chair – Exmouth RNLI Fundraising Team.

Exeter based Charles Stanley Wealth Management Group have donated £1,000 to Exmouth RNLI.

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