Mr Peter Butterworth

Total collected to date: £744.36

Charity details

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution

We are the RNLI: the charity that saves lives at sea. Every day of every year, people of all backgrounds get into danger in the water. It’s a problem that we’re here to tackle. We are separate from the Coastguard, independent of the Government and rely on our volunteers and supporters to run our lifesaving service.
It cost £177.3M in 2016 to run our lifesaving service – all funded by our generous supporters.

Keeping a modern fleet of lifeboats ever-ready to go to the rescue from over 238 lifeboat stations is an expensive business. Add to that crew training, running a lifeguard service on more than 240 popular beaches and campaigning for water safety, and the pounds start to add up.

It cost around £485,000 a day in 2016 to run the RNLI, all of which was generously donated by the public. This might sound like a lot, but we think the 23 people our lifeboat crews rescue on average every day are worth it. Below is a breakdown of the costs of our rescue kit;

Registered Number 209603

Messages of condolence

So sorry to lose a good friend at Golf, the Gym & the Tigers

Mr Trevor Humphrey

Service details

Cremation Service

26 September, 2019 13:00

South Leicestershire Memorial Park & Crematorium

Foston Road, Countesthorpe, Leicester, LE8 5QP