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Pub-goers on board to help Southport’s Offshore Rescue
Article date: 17 Nov 2011

Tom Gregory (left), shift manager at The Sir Henry Segrave, in Southport, is pictured handing over a cheque to John Shawcroft, from Southport Lifeboat.

The pub raised £500 for the local lifeboat charity, through prize raffles. The lifeboat service, independent of the RNLI, requires £35,000 a year to keep the boat on station, for the voluntary crew.

Run by the Southport Offshore Rescue Trust, which relies on donations and fundraising, Southport Lifeboat provides a lifeboat rescue service around the Southport coastline.

There is a wall in The Sir Henry Segrave pub, dedicated to the lifeboat team, showing photos and information about their history and the service which they provide.

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