18th January

LAST nationwide event

 

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The Lost at Sea Tragedy (LAST) charity provides support for bereaved families and coastal communities involved in the fishing and aquaculture sectors. Its aim is to have a committee in every harbour to promote safety at sea, to help prevent future incidents and to be able to respond at the time and following an incident.

LAST is holding a ‘brain storming’ event on June 10 at 1pm in the RNLI Station, Galway, and would welcome anyone who wishes to attend, to hear their ideas for funding raising events and to raise awareness generally.

 

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