Local-benefactor-continues-longstanding-support-for-Criccieth-RNLI-lifeboats

Byline: Longstanding benefactor Mr. Nick Millard has continued his support for Criccieth’s RNLI lifeboats by providing yet another substantial donation.
Page Content: Local resident Mr. Millard, has previously supported the station with donations which have enabled the purchase of vital equipment for the volunteer crew.  Mr. Millard has previously donated a substantial sum towards the cost of the new boathouse which is planned for the station’s inshore rescue boat, Margaret a Nantw. This latest donation will be added to the special fund set up to pay for this building.

Furthermore, another substantial donation received from Mr Millard earlier this year  will enable the purchase of a new replacement all-terrain vehicle; this  vehicle is used to tow the station’s inshore rescue boat to the various launch sites as required around the bay. 

Criccieth Lifeboat Operations Manager, Mr. Peter Williams commented “We are extremely grateful to Nick for his continued support.  His donations have enabled the purchase of equipment, which has been gratefully received by the crew and station officials alike.  His support, and benefactors such as him, is vital for the RNLI to continue its work of saving lives at sea”. 

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For further information, please contact Ifer Gwyn, Lifeboat Press Officer on 07554445316

Byline: Longstanding benefactor Mr. Nick Millard has continued his support for Criccieth’s RNLI lifeboats by providing yet another substantial donation.
Page Content: Local resident Mr. Millard, has previously supported the station with donations which have enabled the purchase of vital equipment for the volunteer crew.  Mr. Millard has previously donated a substantial sum towards the cost of the new boathouse which is planned for the station’s inshore rescue boat, Margaret a Nantw. This latest donation will be added to the special fund set up to pay for this building.

Furthermore, another substantial donation received from Mr Millard earlier this year  will enable the purchase of a new replacement all-terrain vehicle; this  vehicle is used to tow the station’s inshore rescue boat to the various launch sites as required around the bay. 

Criccieth Lifeboat Operations Manager, Mr. Peter Williams commented “We are extremely grateful to Nick for his continued support.  His donations have enabled the purchase of equipment, which has been gratefully received by the crew and station officials alike.  His support, and benefactors such as him, is vital for the RNLI to continue its work of saving lives at sea”. 


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For further information, please contact Ifer Gwyn, Lifeboat Press Officer on 07554445316