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 -Veda Crane
Secretary – Viv Holt
Treasurer – Ian Cox
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Aldeburgh & District Lifeboat Guild
The 53rd AGM of the Guild took place in the Community Centre on Monday 30th March. It was very well attended by over 70 people. Charles Hunter-Pease, OBE, Chairman of the RNLI presented two awards – a Gold Badge to Felicity Richardson and a Silver Statuette to Andrew Harris. They have both been associated with the Aldeburgh Lifeboats for over 25 years and the awards were in recognition of their dedication and commitment to the RNLI.
Congratulations to you both from the Crew and the Guild!
Our annual Street Fair was once again a great success. It was a lovely day and it was well patronised.
All the usual stalls were there and we raised the impressive sum of £3,535 in aid of the Aldeburgh Lifeboats.
Many thanks to all you helped us at this popular event.
Veda Crane, Chairman
RNLI Awards Ceremony
Veda Crane, Chair of the Aldeburgh & District Lifeboat Guild, and Rosemary Trigg, Retail Manager of the Lifeboat Shop, received a Silver Badge and Bronze Badge respectively, in recognition of their services to the RNLI. Ian Cox, Treasurer, was also awarded a Silver Badge but unfortunately could not attend the ceremony owing to a previous engagement.
These were presented at a ceremony in the Hurlingham Club, London, on Monday, 7th July 2014.