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Total raised so far

83%

£830.00 of £1,000 target +£197.50 Gift Aid See breakdown

Recent donations

7 months ago

Brendan Keane

£10.00

+ £2.50 Gift Aid

Best of luck

7 months ago

Jenny Livy

£40.00

+ £10.00 Gift Aid

October sub for Zoomergos.

8 months ago

Anonymous

£10.00

+ £2.50 Gift Aid

8 months ago

Jenny Livy

£40.00

+ £10.00 Gift Aid

Zoom ergo sub for September

9 months ago

Alice

£100.00

+ £25.00 Gift Aid

9 months ago

Nigel Wick

£50.00

+ £12.50 Gift Aid

Great cause

9 months ago

Jenny Livy

£40.00

+ £10.00 Gift Aid

Thanks Zoom ergo

10 months ago

Andy Reeves

£40.00

+ £10.00 Gift Aid

Great cause Judith! Thank you!

1 year ago

Jenny Livy

£40.00

+ £10.00 Gift Aid

May sub for Zoomergos ( bit late!)

1 year ago

Andy Reeves

£40.00

+ £10.00 Gift Aid

Safe Shared Waters

Event dates: 31st March 2023 – 1st October 2023

Judith Packer & Zoom Ergos Community is raising money for RNLI and British Rowing Charitable Foundation

My story

RNLI and Rowers share a love of and respect for water.
Safety is a priority for rowers both in training and competition. Trained safety cover is an essential and integral part of rowing coaching. All around the country and coast, there are close relationships between Rowing Clubs and their Local RNLI stations.
This campaign is to raise funds to support safe enjoyment of water in the North West around The Wirral, Merseyside and Liverpool.
Rowing takes place at two Dock based locations which require safety cover for training: The West Float in Wallasey on The Wirral
lvrc.co.uk and at Liverpool Watersports Centre Mariners Wharf - Queens Dock merseyrc.com.
RNLI provide cover for members of the public along the beautiful but often dangerous Wirral and Liverpool coastlines.

We are raising funds to cover two RYA2 training course for a volunteer Rowing coaches to enable more young people to safely explore the water and enjoy all the benefits being part of a rowing community can give.
The RNLI West Kirby branch is fundraising to replace their existing well used but aged inshore lifeboat: Since 1966, it has launched more than 894 times and saved 225 lives.
Any monies raised will be split 50%/50% between RNLI West Kirby Lifeboat Appeal and British Rowing Charitable Foundation also known as Love Rowing.
Thank you.


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My updates

7 months ago

4th November 2023
A massive THANK YOU to all who have donated to our fundraising challenge over the summer. We will put the funds straight to work and give you an update soon! Many thanks ALL!

11 months ago

Massive thanks to all who have donated so far.
'West Kirby RNLI: What’s it like to save a life?'
If you have 5 mins, do listen to this recorded by BBC Radio Merseyside (@bbcmerseyside) with RNLI West Kirby this week
'With miles of coastline to look after, the @RNLIWestKirby lifeboat crew can get a bleep on their pagers at any time. #westkirby

bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p0g0vwyx

1 year ago

What an amazing location - full of potential yet in one of the most deprived living areas in Liverpool but easy to access by many young people in the area.

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1 year ago

1st June i visited Mersey Rowing Club at their location on one of Liverpool Docks, They boat out of the Watersports Centre in sight of Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral - the biggest in England.
Our fundraising will go to help train one of the new coaches this Autumn to safely handle their power boats and thus be able to take children out on the docks rowing. This is their landing stage.

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1 year ago

The West Kirby Lifeboat Station building is based just at the end of the new Flood Defences that are being installed - all ready for the 1000s of summer visitors and winter waves. There is quite a tide - at low tide you can walk out to Hibre Island and despite great Lifeguard cover, there are still chances people can get into difficulty - so every second counts. Thanks for your support.

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My 2 charities

RNLI

Charity number: 209603

British Rowing Charitable Foundation

Charity number: 1179845

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