Exmouth RNLI boathouse appeal scores cash boost

PUBLISHED: 14:45 15 December 2008 | UPDATED: 10:11 10 June 2010

EXMOUTH RNLI boathouse appeal has been boosted by £390 after a specialist gas company raised funds for the cause.

EXMOUTH RNLI boathouse appeal has been boosted by £390 after a specialist gas company raised funds for the cause.

CryoService recently handed the cheque over to lifeboat coxswain Tim Mock as part of its fundraising campaign.

Cryoservice Lawrence Hatfield said each one of the company's regional depots chose a charity to fundraise for and Exeter depot driver Paul Stanton chose the Exmouth RNLI boathouse appeal.

Mr Hatfield said: "The 12 month campaign has been very successful raising over ten thousand pounds for charities nationwide.

"I think Paul chose a very worthwhile charity and as we will be doing this again next year, I hope the RNLI will benefit further.


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