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Remembering past sacrifice to inspire future generations. Many brave and selfless RNLI volunteers are remembered proudly in their local communities. However, the RNLI memorial sculpture in Poole is the only place where each and every one of them is...more
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Located in West Quay Road near the RNLI College and Sea Survival Centre, a modern sculpture depicting a rescuer reaching out his hand to a person in trouble. Don't forget to look at the rear of the sculpture where all those RNLI Volunteers who have...More
This sculpture is stunning, and leaves you in no doubt what the RNLI is all about....people who care!
To read those names engraved on the plinth is a humbling experience, and fills you with admiration for these brave volunteers! Respect!
Wife and I had been on the RNLI College tour and stopped to look at this a bit closer on our way out after learning that the name of every lifeboat crew member that has been lost at sea is recorded around the base.
This memorial sculpture is outside the RNLI college and is dedicated to those brave people most of whom are volunteers and don't get paid who have lost their lives whilst trying to save others. You did your duty, well done.