The Royal National Lifeboat Institution have launched their annual ‘Mayday’ fundraising campaign.

Speaking on Bridlington Gold, Head of Fundraising, Bob Taylor, from the Bridlington Lifeboat Station, said: “The annual ‘Mayday’ campaign would normally see a whole range of events taking place at the Bridlington Lifeboat Station. However, with that not being possible this year, due to the current restrictions, the RNLI are inviting people to get involved with their ‘Mayday Mile’ appeal. People are being asked to, walk, run, jog, skip, cycle or roller skate or indeed cover the distance of one mile however they may choose and to get sponsored for doing so to raise much needed funds to go towards equipment and training for the many volunteer crew members, and in doing so, help to save lives at sea.” Bob went on to say that “the campaign is running throughout the entire month of May and more information is available by going to: rnli.org.uk and donations can be made via their ‘Just Giving’ page: Bridlington Lifeboats.”

Our recent interview on air with Bob Taylor from RNLI Fundraising

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