RNLI fundraising cycle tour of all 237 lifeboat stations nearing completion

Steve on board the RNLB Annette Hutton at Castletownbere. Pic: Martin O’Donoghue

Steve McAllister, who is undertaking a charity cycle which aims to raise £8,000 for the RNLI, visited Castletownbere Lifeboat Station recently.

Steve is cycling 7,500 miles by visiting all 237 RNLI lifeboat stations in the UK and Ireland. Steve started his mammoth cycle in Penlee lifeboat station in Cornwall and has already completed his tour of all UK stations. He plans to visit his final 237th station when he visits Rosslare station on 25th May 2017. For further information and to follow Steve’s progress, visit him on www.rnlicoastalcycleride.com

where you will find links to Facebook and the VirginMoney-Giving page.

Steve McAllister, RNLI Fundraiser; Tony O’Sullivan, Lifeboat Operations Manager; Felix O’Donoghue, Deputy Launching Authority; Paul Stevens, 2nd Coxswain; Brian Ó’Driscoll, Coxswain; Michael Martin-Sullivan, Deputy Launching Authority; and, Michael Carmody, RNLI Area Lifesaving Manager.
Pic: Martin O’Donoghue

Please help Steve reach his target by sponsoring him for a few miles at £1 per mile. All donations go directly to the RNLI online at http://virginmoneygiving.com/StevenMcAllister1