Dublin footballer Lyndsey Davey has actually joined a host of well-known GAA people who have actually offered their backing to the RNLI’s summer water safety campaign by creating their very own home video messages with important water safety suggestions.
The videos are part of the partnership between the RNLI as well as the GAA to stop sinking and conserve lives. The Skerries Harps player’s video clip features a water security message and consists of the charity’s ‘Float to Live’ message, exactly how to elevate the alarm if you see somebody in trouble, lugging a means of calling for aid, leaving inflatables in your home as well as always telling somebody where you are going. The RNLI and also the GAA will be sharing the video clips on-line as well as really hope that individuals will in turn share them among their own loved ones. This summer season is currently seeming one of the busiest for lifeboat staffs and the charity is asking individuals to be familiar with the prospective dangers associated with their picked water activities.
Commenting on the campaign RNLI Head of Water Security Gareth Morrison stated, ‘In collaborating with widely known individuals from the GAA we have had the ability to share life-saving recommendations with the people we understand require to hear it one of the most. Through this partnership RNLI volunteers have been working with GAA areas locally to share water safety advice. Sharing this recommendations and also information during a hectic summer season could save a life. We are grateful to our ambassadors who made these videos for us and while we haven’t been able to collaborate, we have still been able to collaborate to assist in saving lives.’
Lyndsey recorded her video clip beside Skerries RNLI lifeboat station in north region Dublin, where she lives as well as plays for her club. Her video clip message asks individuals to always have a means for calling for aid with them. Lyndsey also shows the clear water resistant bag she uses that can hold a smart phone if you are taking part in a water-based task. ‘ Commenting on her participation in the video clip Lyndsey stated: I am pleased to be involved with the RNLI on their GAA partnership.I grew up in Skerries
next to the water and my household have been involved in the angling sector for years. I have actually lost loved ones to drowning and also I do not intend to see that take place to an additional family members. We need people to be knowledgeable about water security as well as to share that suggestions with their areas. When they are on or near the water, the collaboration between the RNLI and also the GAA is regarding getting to people that might not be aware of what to do to keep secure. We live on an attractive island and also we ought to appreciate our coastline. These small video clips only take a second to share but they could be the 2nd that saves a life.”The video clips is available to enjoy here https://rnli.org/news-and-media/2021/july/01/rnligaa-summer-campaign-with-lyndsey-davey And also with Irish language close captions https://rnli.org/news-and-media/2021/july/01/rnligaa-summer-campaign-with-lyndsey-davey-irish-cc