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Helping Britain’s LIFEBOATS

F or almost two centuries, the RNLI has been saving lives at sea – but it wouldn’t be possible scenes. without This some , incredible fundraising behind the year the Ladies’ Lifeboat Guild (LLG) celebrates its 100th birthday – it’s a stor y with tragic beginnings, and the work continues, thanks to the women shaking those collecting tins.

Who created the LLG?

In 1886, Marion Macara witnessed

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