On Friday 13th May I was out with the Royal National Lifeboat Institute in Manchester, where we were fundraising and helping to educate the public on the excellent services the RNLI provides to the people of Britain.
As you may be aware, the RNLI provide a voluntary sea rescue service on the coasts of Britain, along with lifeguard services on beaches across the country and the Republic of Ireland.
The efforts that were undertaken across Manchester, were part of the organisations national May Day Appeal and coincided with other UK wide events and activities to develop this outstanding service.
The RNLI has a newly established city of Manchester branch, which welcomes everyone to get involved and whom commit their energy to supporting the heroic efforts of the men and women, who volunteer their services to safeguarding the lives of the British public.
For more information, to make a donation or to get further involved with the RNLI please check out their website www.RNLI.org