Wednesday, 27th June 2012
Helvick Lifeboat Station Open Day & Vintage Run next Sunday July 1st
The RNLI Helvick Lifeboat Station are hosting the annual Open Day for visitors next Sunday July 1st from 12.30 to 4pm. This is a great opportunity to meet the crew and see first hand the specially designed safety equipment used by them.
The vintage car and tractor owners of Yesteryear Motor Club will do a run in aid of the Helvick Lifeboat also on Sunday July 1st. "Following registration at the lifeboat station at 12.30pm, we will drive through Old Parish on to Ardmore, returning to Helvick Pier at approximately 3pm," says YMC Hon Sec Pat Cliffe.
Visitors are asked to park their cars on the main road as access to Helvick Pier from the Erin’s Hope monument will be controlled from 9.30am on Sunday morning in order to facilitate the vintage vehicles and in the interest of public safety.
The RNLI is a voluntary organisation comprised of brave men and women who are always ready 24-7-365 to answer the call to save life at sea.
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