New Brighton Lifeboat Station Receives Incredible Donation From The Bore Family

RNLI New Brighton volunteer crew received a check from members of the Bore family

Volunteers from the New Brighton Lifeboat Station were visited yesterday, September 16, by members of the Bore family.

They presented the station volunteers with an incredible donation of £ 1,888.44 from the estate of the late Leslie and Paula Bore.

The family has ties to Liverpool as early as 1840 and family members also served in the Royal Navy during the war.

Everyone at the station would like to send their greetings and are delighted with the generous donation you have made to RNLI New Brighton.

The donation will go directly to training, maintenance and life-saving equipment so that we can continue to save lives at sea.

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