Torpedoed Kiwi’s lifeboat bequest.

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A new lifeboat has been unveiled on Anglesey after a New Zealander left £2.2m to the RNLI in his will.

Moelfre’s £2.7m lifeboat has been named RNLB Kiwi after Reginald James Clark, who died in June 2004.

Mr Clark was a merchant seaman who was rescued by a lifeboat after his ship was torpedoed during World War II.

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BBC News – Moelfre lifeboat RNLB Kiwi unveiled after £2.2m bequest

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