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RNLI invests £53.9m along Welsh coastline, figures show

The RNLI has invested more than £50m along the Welsh coastline over the past two years, figures show.

The money has been spent on four state-of-the-art boats and new facilities, such as a new boathouse at Mumbles in Swansea where crews moved in last week.

Work is nearly complete on a new lifeboat station at Porthdinllaen in Gwynedd and work has started at Moelfre on Anglesey.

Aled Hughes reports.

RNLI invests £54m around Welsh coast

  • 20 Feb 2014
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