By Connie Osborne Friday 06 September 2013 Updated: 06/09 08:49
STAFF from a drowning prevention charity took to an Alcester lake to promote water safety.
Members of the Broom based Royal Life Saving Society UK visited Ragley Hall to enjoy the water and take part in life-saving demonstrations.
The charity aims to cut down the number of accidental drowning incidents as well as raising money to support families affected by drowning.
Campaign manager Karen Welsh said: “The lake is a beautiful spot, so close to our offices, so we thought, what better place to spend time enjoying the water and sharing our lifesaving skills and knowledge with each other.”
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