Somerton & Langport RNLI
22nd Oct 2019 — Coffee morning at Hurds Hill, Langport, 10.30am — 12 noon
14th Nov 2019 — Coffee morning at 1, The Green, Long Sutton 10.30am until 12noon
27th Nov 2019 — "William Hogarth; The Shakespeare of Painting" art lecture by Richard Kay of Lawrences. Wine & canapĂ©s , Long Sutton Village Hall 6.30pm for 7.15pm. Tickets in advance (251057)
RNLI Somerton & Langport , a small enthusiastic team that supports several fundraising events during the year.
Door-to-door collections, coffee mornings, concerts and open garden events are all part of the mix, as well as talks.
The branch covers a large area in the middle of Somerset about 30 miles from the sea and we work hard to support our lifesaving volunteers and the RNLI.
You can volunteer if you live in and around the Somerton and Langport area and have ideas for new events or would like to get involved.
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