News, Thanks & Awards

Sandford Park Alehouse

Andrew and Margaret presented Grant Cook with a plaque in recognition of monies raised for the RNLI.  Thank you to all who work at the Sandford Park Alehouse and their customers for contributing to this worthy cause.

 

AGM and Interest Evening 02-11-16

(Pictured above)  The Mayor of Cheltenham presenting Marilyn and Richard Croft with a plaque in recognition

for all the fundraising and support at event over many years.

 

(Picture above)  The Mayor of Cheltenham presenting Alan Newell of Croft Farrn Tewkesbury

 with a plaque in recognition of there help in fundraising and Water Safety Campaign at the water park

 

 

The Plough Prestbury 

 A big thank you to Cathy and Keith who have just said farewell to The Plough at Prestbury. We presented them with a plaque in recognition of monies raised for the RNLI. Thank you to all who work at The Plough and their customers for contributing to this worthy cause.

Thank you Certificate

A big thank you to all the staff and patients of BCE for helping raise funds for the RNLI.

Pictured L-R Helen and Rosemary

 

Morrisons Tewkesbury

A thank you certificate was presented to the manager, staff, and customers of Morrisons Tewkesbury for the £1735.20 raised and helping to promote water safety advice.

Pictured L-R Tracy, Paul and Manager Steve.

 

Talking Heads

Thank you to all who contributed to the RNLI Charity week at Talking Heads, Cheltenham. They raised am amazing £341.03.  We would like to thank all the Staff and Customers.

 

Sheila Wroot

We would like to say a very big Thank You to Sheila Wroot for making handmade cards to be sold for the Burnham-On-Sea Lifeboat Appeal. These were all kindly donated so all money went straight to the fund. Cards are still available for sale at Crumpets in Tewkesbury and all money made going to the RNLI. 

Crumpets Tewkesbury

We would like to say a very big thank you to Martyn and Mandy Crump from Crumpets in Tewkesbury for helping us raise money for the Burnham-On-Sea D Class Lifeboat Appeal. This was done by selling handmade cards. Cards are still on sale at Crumpets with all money raised going to the RNLI.

Pictured L-R Martyn and Mandy Crump

 

AGM and Interest Evening 4th November 2015

   

 RNLI launches Respect the Water campaign warning people about dangers of the water.

People heading to the beach this summer are being warned about the risks of drowning at the beach in a campaign launched by the RNLI. It comes as the lifeboat service revealed over a third of those people not intending to enter the water died in coastal areas .

The charity is launching its Respect the Water campaign, a national drowning prevention scheme warning people the coastline and water can be dangerously unpredictable.

Two hard-hitting films are being released as part of the campaign and will be shown in cinemas throughout the UK and Ireland.

One shows how conditions in the water can change extremely quickly overwhelming someone if they are in the water.

The second is a breath test video which asks viewers to hold their breath demonstrating the effects of cold water shock.There have been 134 deaths in the water over the past five years and 33% of victims were taking part in activities such as walking, running, climbing and boating which the RNLI says means they were not likely to be entering the water.

NEW YEAR AWARDS (January 2015)

The Council of the RNLI has announced the following awards to Committee members of Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Branch:

HONORARY LIFE GOVERNORSHIP - Mrs Faith Harvey MBE

BAR TO GOLD BADGE - Frank Austin

SILVER BADGE - John Couch

BRONZE BADGE - Mrs Margaret Fogden

MANY CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL.





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