Dog-Rescue-Reunion

Byline: One week on and Happisburgh RNLI Lifeboat station volunteers were reunited with Quila, the dog they rescued off Sea Palling on the 22 December.
Page Content: Today, 29 December 2013, Mike and Caroline Jenner brought Quila and her daughter Summi to meet the crew who had pulled Quila from the reefs off Sea Palling. Jake Munday, Will Baker and Sean Ferguson had been out on their morning training exercise last Sunday when they were made aware of the lost dog, last seen drifting out to sea off Sea Palling. 

 

Today was a much more pleasant meeting; Quila was pleased to meet up with the crew again. Mike and Caroline, the dog’s owners, were so grateful to the crew for their hard work.  After the meeting they all went back to the crew room where they were able to watch the whole rescue on video, with the crew giving them the full story.  Then Quila presented a donation to Will Baker on behalf of the RNLI.

Notes to editors

Happisburgh Currently Operates,

Atlantic 75,  B – 742  “Douglas Paley”

D-Class,  D – 607  “Spirit of Berkhamsted” 

Happisburgh Lifeboat Station Volunteer Press Officer PHILIP SMITH, Mobile 07766007936,   E-mail lofty273@googlemail.com 

RNLI media contacts

  •  Tim Ash, RNLI Public Relations Manager (London/South East/East)
    0207 6207426 / 07785 296252 / tim_ash@rnli.org.uk
  • James Oxley, RNLI Press Officer (London/South East/East)
    0207 6207425 / 07786 668825 / james_oxley@rnli.org.uk
  • For enquiries outside normal business hours, contact the RNLI duty press officer on 01202 336789

Byline: One week on and Happisburgh RNLI Lifeboat station volunteers were reunited with Quila, the dog they rescued off Sea Palling on the 22 December.
Page Content: Today, 29 December 2013, Mike and Caroline Jenner brought Quila and her daughter Summi to meet the crew who had pulled Quila from the reefs off Sea Palling. Jake Munday, Will Baker and Sean Ferguson had been out on their morning training exercise last Sunday when they were made aware of the lost dog, last seen drifting out to sea off Sea Palling. 
 

Today was a much more pleasant meeting; Quila was pleased to meet up with the crew again. Mike and Caroline, the dog’s owners, were so grateful to the crew for their hard work.  After the meeting they all went back to the crew room where they were able to watch the whole rescue on video, with the crew giving them the full story.  Then Quila presented a donation to Will Baker on behalf of the RNLI.

Notes to editors

Happisburgh Currently Operates,

Atlantic 75,  B - 742  “Douglas Paley”

D-Class,  D - 607  “Spirit of Berkhamsted” 

Happisburgh Lifeboat Station Volunteer Press Officer PHILIP SMITH, Mobile 07766007936,   E-mail lofty273@googlemail.com 

RNLI media contacts

  •  Tim Ash, RNLI Public Relations Manager (London/South East/East)
    0207 6207426 / 07785 296252 / tim_ash@rnli.org.uk
  • James Oxley, RNLI Press Officer (London/South East/East)
    0207 6207425 / 07786 668825 / james_oxley@rnli.org.uk
  • For enquiries outside normal business hours, contact the RNLI duty press officer on 01202 336789