£8m funding allocated to water rescue and Royal Navy charities
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£8m funding allocated to water rescue and Royal Navy charities

30 Jan 2015 | Hugh Radojev

The government has today announced the names of 23 water rescue and Royal Navy charities which will received £8m of funding announced in the last Budget.

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