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Byline: One of the crew saw a request in the local “Rhyl Journal” paper, asking for help in a beach clean during Clean Coast Week, sponsored by McDonalds. The crew thought this would be an opportunity to give something back to the community.
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The litter pick was organised by Keep Wales Tidy, whose chief Executive Lesley Jones says “The coastline is very important for Wales, as it allows us to showcase our beautiful country, boosting economies and the tourism industry”.
To assist the cause, Coxswain Martin Jones rallied the crew, and they turned up this Saturday, May 9th, together with their children and families, and were tasked to clear the area around the lifeboat station and the Pavilion Theatre grounds. Martin says ” We are delighted to be able to give something back to the community, and are happy to help in an area which can boost tourism, of which Rhyl lifeboat and it’s station is an integral part. The activity was also used as a team-building event”.

The attached pictures shows the crew and families before the start; the crew with their children; and the litter picked up from around the immediate area of the station.

All photos are copyright RNLI/Callum Robinson Rhyl crew.

Byline: One of the crew saw a request in the local "Rhyl Journal" paper, asking for help in a beach clean during Clean Coast Week, sponsored by McDonalds. The crew thought this would be an opportunity to give something back to the community.
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The litter pick was organised by Keep Wales Tidy, whose chief Executive Lesley Jones says "The coastline is very important for Wales, as it allows us to showcase our beautiful country, boosting economies and the tourism industry".
To assist the cause, Coxswain Martin Jones rallied the crew, and they turned up this Saturday, May 9th, together with their children and families, and were tasked to clear the area around the lifeboat station and the Pavilion Theatre grounds. Martin says " We are delighted to be able to give something back to the community, and are happy to help in an area which can boost tourism, of which Rhyl lifeboat and it's station is an integral part. The activity was also used as a team-building event".

The attached pictures shows the crew and families before the start; the crew with their children; and the litter picked up from around the immediate area of the station.

All photos are copyright RNLI/Callum Robinson Rhyl crew.