L to R — Penny Blackborow, Pembroke Guild Treasurer, Vanessa Owen, St. John’s Community Hall, Chair, Pembroke Guild members, Sandra Thompson, Vilma Polhill, Vice President, receives her badge from President, Viv Kerrison.
ST JOHN’S COMMUNITY HALL– RNLI CHRISTMAS COFFEE MORNING.
I have to start by saying a massive thank you again to St. John’s Community Hall, Chair, Mrs Vanessa Owen for initially inviting we RNLI Pembroke fundraising ladies to join the monthly community coffee morning rota at
St. John’s Commuity Hall, Pembroke Dock in July this year. I also have to thank Phil Tallett and Albert Butland who look after us all so well too each month.
St. John’s Hall facilities and it’s surroundings are a credit to this dedicated team.
Our loyal “crew ” of RNLI supporters and their families, also boost funds of other organisations on the third Thursday of each month at St.John’s Community Hall, providing raffle prizes and buying home made cakes.
Quite a unique set up in the locality, that the RNLI is proud to be a part of ; thank you all. We look forward to welcoming you monthly again in 2022.
The December 16th RNLI Christmas Coffee morning raised £128.86 bringing the total for the last 6mths to £656.56, all going to the charity.
We Lifeboat Fundraising ladies love what we do but could not fundraise without you.
RNLI crews truly value your support too, so that they can sustain the vital 24/7 coastal, inland waterway and flood rescue service provided for 365 days of the year in the UK and Republic of Ireland, together a seasonal Lifeguard Service.
Google —-RNLI LOUD AND CLEAR—- and you will see what your funds will buy for our RNLI lifesavers.
To conclude my thanks to Pembroke Ladies Guild members for their support — we are ” One Crew ” which is priceless.
Keep well and safe everyone for the year ahead.
We look forward to seeing everyone mentioned here at the next RNLI Coffee Morning on Thursday, January 20th at 10 am.