Lawn green bowlers target the lifeboat kitty

PUBLISHED: 17:12 21 August 2013 | UPDATED: 17:12 21 August 2013

RNLI  Guild chairman Rob Michael (left) presents a framed certificate to bowling club captain Philip Stephens, and John Dover, lifeboat treasurer, hands a commemorative plate to club president Brian Parsons. Photo by  Richard Horobin

RNLI Guild chairman Rob Michael (left) presents a framed certificate to bowling club captain Philip Stephens, and John Dover, lifeboat treasurer, hands a commemorative plate to club president Brian Parsons. Photo by Richard Horobin

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RNLI chiefs thank Lyme Regis Bowling Club for its support during more than 40 years.

A double presentation has marked the huge fund-raising efforts of Lyme Regis Bowling Club for the RNLI.

During some 40 years the club has made annual donations to the lifeboat charity, staging special events to raise the cash.

Last week the bowling club handed over another £200 to RNLI volunteers, money raised during a bowls drive event.

In return the chairman of the Lyme Regis and Charmouth RNLI Guild, Rob Michael, presented the club with a framed certificate and treasurer of the Lyme Regis RNLI lifeboat, John Dover, awarded the club a special commemorative plate.


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