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Byline: The 41st Lyme Regis Lifeboat Week this year raised £28,000 for the RNLI charity, the organisers have announced.
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The figure was just a little short of last year’s total of £31,312.

Irene Roper, chairman of the organisers, the Lyme Regis and Charmouth RNLI Guild, said:”Although slightly less than last year, the result is still a very successful week with overwhelming positive feedback from visitors and residents.

“We staged fewer events this year,  for example, the barn dance is being held in the October half term so there is still a chance we will match last year’s total.

“We noticed a quiet start, but overall some very successful new events including the illuminated model aircraft and the crews’ stocks, and the incredible generosity of our visitors and residents, it was a week to be proud of.

“And, of course, what can I say about the Red Arrows and the Falcons parachute display team…wonderful highlights among a week of events that we believe appealed to everyone.”

Byline: The 41st Lyme Regis Lifeboat Week this year raised £28,000 for the RNLI charity, the organisers have announced.
Page Content:

The figure was just a little short of last year's total of £31,312.

Irene Roper, chairman of the organisers, the Lyme Regis and Charmouth RNLI Guild, said:"Although slightly less than last year, the result is still a very successful week with overwhelming positive feedback from visitors and residents.

"We staged fewer events this year,  for example, the barn dance is being held in the October half term so there is still a chance we will match last year's total.

"We noticed a quiet start, but overall some very successful new events including the illuminated model aircraft and the crews' stocks, and the incredible generosity of our visitors and residents, it was a week to be proud of.

"And, of course, what can I say about the Red Arrows and the Falcons parachute display team...wonderful highlights among a week of events that we believe appealed to everyone."