RNLI


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RNLI

abbreviation for
Royal National Lifeboat Institution
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RNLI

[ˌɑːrɛnɛlˈaɪ] n abbr (British) (=Royal National Lifeboat Institution) → SNSM f
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RNLI

(Brit) abbr of Royal National Lifeboat Institution˜ DLRG f
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Mr Harris added: "The RNLI wants to recruit an enthusiastic and professional team of lifeguards who will get paid to save lives this summer.
He said: "Many years ago, RNLI crew members here at Blyth were mainly fishermen and people who worked in the port.
The RNLI is planning to replace the vessel with the newest member of its fleet, a Shannon class lifeboat.
The children were all given the opportunity to dress in RNLI colours for the day, paying PS1 to do so.
Shane Smyth, lifeboat press officer with Bundoran RNLI, said there were currently no collections operating in the area and anyone suspected of collecting money fraudulently on behalf of the organisation should be reported to gardai.
RNLI volunteers have been selling the charity's souvenirs from the Seawatch Centre for many years and took over sole responsibility last year.
Member's of the RNLI's Halifax and Bradford branches will be "Sailing Over Streets" wearing nautical-themed fancy dress and calling at 18 pubs along the way on Saturday.
The appeal aims to raise pounds 1 million over two years to help fund a new state-of-the-art lifeboat for the RNLI volunteer crew at Angle in Pembrokeshire.
The report expresses concern over the closure, in 2000/01, of three Coastguard stations in Orkney, Oban and Tynemouth, not RNLI stations.
RNLI lifeguards and volunteer lifeboat crews don't want to see a repeat of 2003, when they responded to a record number of incidents - lifeguards aided 7,819 people whilst dealing with a total of 7,226 separate incidents.
Sue's greatest achievement has been to establish a strong relationship between the RNLI and people within the City of Liverpool.