Lots of bottle from Princes Gate Water helps RNLI save lives

Princes Gate Water is helping keep Tenby and Angle Lifeboat crews hydrated as their save lives at sea. (9362009)

Princes Gate Water is helping keep Tenby and Angle Lifeboat crews hydrated as their save lives at sea. (9362009)

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WATER firm Princes Gate is helping the county’s RNLI with their lifesaving work.

The firm has donated bottled water for both Tenby and Angle lifeboat stations.

The RNLI said: “Massive thanks go out to Princess Gate water from the RNLI for their continued support and donation which keeps our crew hydrated during the busy summer period.

“It’s a donation that our crews are extremely grateful for.”

The charity operates a 24-hour search and rescue service around UK coast with five lifeboat stations in Pembrokeshire and lifeguards based at 10 beaches here.

Being independent of Coastguard and the government, the RNLI depends on voluntary donations and legacies to maintain its rescue services with donations from businesses such as Princes Gate, and also fuel from Valero, being well received.

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