RNLI Volunteer goes to prison to collect donation to the charity that saves lives at sea


Scottish Prisons

Date: 30 September 2010

Author: Dan Holland, RNLI

Prisoners at Porterfield Prison in Inverness today donated £200 from their Common Good Fund towards saving lives at sea in the Inverness area.

It was the prisoners themselves who decided that they wished to support the volunteers of the RNLI with a donation from their common good fund recognising the vital role that the RNLI plays in local area and around the entire coastline of the UK, Ireland and in some inland waterways.

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