Did you know that the cost of running the Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station and the two lifeboats approaches £200,000 a year? In 2012 the Aldeburgh Lifeboat Guild raised over £100,000 towards these costs. By pledging a minimum of £5 per person per annum to become a Guild member you can help maintain this crucial financial support for the future.
President – Patrick Nicholls,
Chairman -Rufus Gilday
Vice Chairman – Veda Crane
Secretary – Viv Holt
Treasurer – Ian Cox
Viv Holt Secretary – firstname.lastname@example.org
Rufus Gilday Chairman - email@example.com
If you would like to become a member please fill out the membership application and send it to our ~Membership Secretary Veda Crane at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to get involved and volunteer at any of our may events click on the button below for more information.
HOW TO DONATE
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HISTORY OF THE GUILD
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“Christmas Tree, decorated by the Aldeburgh Guild, at the request of the church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Aldeburgh”
Aldeburgh Golf Club very kindly hosted a Rubber Bridge Afternoon on 31st October. which was very well attended and, I’m told, thoroughly enjoyed by all present. The Committee provided an excellent tea and everyone very generously bought Raffle tickets. As a result, the Guild raised just over £1,000 for the Aldeburgh Lifeboats and we wish to thank the Golf Club and everyone who participated.
Thorpeness Golf Club Captain helps Aldeburgh RNLI
David Radford dedicated his year as Captain of Thorpeness Golf Club to raising funds for The Aldeburgh Lifeboats.
The events he organized during his term of office included a dinner dance, quiz night, Golf Charity Day, and an indoor
putting evening. David also marched 16 miles from Aldeburgh to Southwold over the May bank holiday weekend on a
sponsored walk, with an RNLI flag fluttering above his backpack. In all, his efforts raised the fantastic sum of £1,900 for our lifeboats.
On October 12th, his final day in office, on the green of the Thorpeness Golf Club, David presented a cheque to Steven Saint,
Coxswain of the “Freddy Cooper” and Rufus Gilday, Chairman of the Aldeburgh & District Lifeboat Guild, who expressed
their thanks to David for all his hard work and support.
During 2013 community support for the Aldeburgh Lifeboats has been very strong and reflects the pride that is felt at having our
own station, here on the coast. The efforts of many residents to donate time and money helps enable our station to
continue to play an important role in our town.