Stalwarts of Tenby RNLI’s lifeboat station have been recognised this month.
On Tuesday, September 5, the station welcomed the RNLI’s chief executive Mark Dowie as part of his farewell tour of UK stations.
Whilst in Tenby, he toured the station, meeting the team, before making several presentations.
Wyn Griffiths received thanks for his 29 years’ service as a Launch Authority.
Norah Squibbs received thanks for a massive 50 years as a volunteer at the station.
Doreen Mortimer, volunteer manager of the station’s shop received thanks for almost 30 years’ service, during which time, she managed to make it the ‘number one’ shop in Wales.
David Rees was thanked for over 20 years as Lifeboat Visits Officer.
Receiving thanks, but unable to be present, were Christine Moore, shop volunteer and fundraiser and Graham Waring who has served the station for 40 years as a crew member, 2nd Coxswain, Coxswain and most recently as a Launch Authority.
Congratulations and thanks goes to all that received presentations.
The RNLI is currently looking for volunteers for the station shop in Tenby.
If you are interested in volunteering at the station, please message the Tenby RNLI Facebook page for more information.