RNLI thanks everyone who raise emergency day cash

Siblings Layla, two, Owen, three, and Archie Gasser, six, at the RNLI stand Picture: Paul Jacobs (151674-2)
Siblings Layla, two, Owen, three, and Archie Gasser, six, at the RNLI stand Picture: Paul Jacobs (151674-2)
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People have been thanked for their generosity at the recent 999 emergency day event in Fareham.

The Portchester branch of the RNLI was fundraising at the event.

Chairman Erica Creedy said: ‘Thank you to everyone for their generous support. Everyone who came to the stall had such a lovely time.’

She also thanked Fareham Borough Council for the organisation of the day.

The stall raised £180.60 from selling souvenirs and £88.97 from donations.

The RNLI provide, on call, a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service around the UK and Ireland, and a seasonal lifeguard service.