Lynnsport centre, King Lynn, from 7.30am - 5pm
Another chance for cyclists to support our Shannon appeal. Starting and finishing at Lynnsport in Kings Lynn, you can choose to do a 30 mile/1 county route, 55 mile/2 county route or a full 92 mile/3 county epic, taking in Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk and some serious fen landscapes.
Entry prices from £14 to £20 including a 10% donation to the Wells Shannon appeal. Riders may also want to have a go at getting sponsored for this challenge by friends and family to help us reach our appeal target.
68-year old Wells resident and RNLI supporter Jill Scillitoe will doing a sky dive from Beccles airfield on 15 May to raise funds for the Wells Shannon Lifeboat appeal. After some persuasion, her son Kieron (age 44) will also be jumping.
Jill and Kieron are hoping to raise £2000 by braving something which is a long way from their comfort zone and have managed to add parachuting to the long list of things people in the local community have done to support our appeal which now includes walking, running, cycling, swimming, rowing, biking, driving, singing, baking, drawing, painting, knitting, talking, cooking, eating, brewing and drinking!
Support Jill and Kieron at JustGiving
Wells Sailing Club
Wells RNLI Guild is looking for new volunteers and saying "thank you" to all those locally and in RNLI branches in Peterborough, Cambridge, Wisbech, Swaffham, Dereham and Holt who have worked so hard in recent months to raise funds towards our new Shannon lifeboat.
Please come along to the sailing club on 23 May to meet up, have a chat and perhaps see if you'd like to join in with future fund-raising efforts.
The 2015 Norfolk Superhero Challenge quadrathlon event is raising money to help fund a new Shannon-class lifeboat for Wells. Keep an eye out for atheletes training in the local area over the coming weeks, support their efforts and come and cheer them on on 6th June. Superhero website
68 year old Wells resident Jill Scillitoe and her son Kieron are sky diving to help raise money for our new lifeboat. You can read about and support their brave effort at JustGiving
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