Lifeboat brothers honoured

PUBLISHED: 14:02 10 June 2008 | UPDATED: 21:54 15 June 2010

TWO brothers have been honoured for their work on the RNLI lifeboat in Lyme Regis having served more than 40 years between them.

TWO brothers have been honoured for their work on the RNLI lifeboat in Lyme Regis - having served more than 40 years between them.James and Andrew Rice each received the RNLI's long service badge during a special presentation evening at the town's Powerboat Club. James, a paramedic, serves as a helmsman and the vessel's mechanic and became a crew member in 1986. Andrew, a postman, joined in 1988 and now acts as a qualified sea-going crew member. Former crew members John Bowditch, Giffard Harrison and Luke Wason were also served with letters of gratitude. The awards were presented by Divisional Lifeboat Inspector Simon Price.


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