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    Weʼve raised £30 to To buy much needed equipment for Marine Medics and Seal Rescues on the East Coast

    Hornsea, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 28th March 2018

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    I am a member of a group of volunteers who assist injured and stranded marine life all around the country. The money raised will go towards buying equipment for marine medics on the East Yorkshire coast, The BDMLR is a charity but as volunteer medics we receive no funding. As we are currently in Seal breeding season the resources we will be looking for are Crates for transporting injured seals, first aid supplies, safety equipment for medics working by the sea, the list is endless.

    I hope you can help Thank You in advance.

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      3

      • Deborah Hopkins

        Deborah Hopkins

        Dec 14, 2017

        £10.00

      • Richard Hoare

        Richard Hoare

        Dec 6, 2017

        See you soon bud

      • Kevin Ansell

        Kevin Ansell

        Dec 1, 2017

        £10.00

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      Charlie Dunn

      Charlie Dunn

      Hornsea, United Kingdom

      I am a volunteer marine medics helping look after sick and injured seals in Yorkshire and on the East Coast

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