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RNLI Hoylake Lifeboat Station Appeal September 22, 2008

Posted by liverpoolchamber in Charity.
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The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is a voluntary organisation dedicated to saving lives at sea. Since 1824 when the charity was formed over 137,000 lives have been saved.

Situated on the Wirral peninsula the Hoylake lifeboat provides a 24 hour service to the Port of Liverpool and Liverpool Airport and, with the increase in cargo and leisure traffic, 2007 was the busiest year in the history of Hoylake lifeboat station.

In 2007 the charity launched the Hoylake Lifeboat Station Appeal to raise £2m toward the cost of providing a new lifeboat station and thereafter a new generation all weather lifeboat for the volunteer crew at Hoylake.

The charity would welcome all donations that can help them achieve their target of providing their crews with the 21st century facilities they deserve.

To donate contact Audrey on 07767 310 829 or visit the website at rnli.org.uk/hoylakeappeal.

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