Jan 21, 2023 | Nationwide News

The founding member and CEO of Wexford Marine Watch has stepped down after 10 years at the helm of the lifesaving charity, which has helped to save hundreds of lives in Wexford since it was set up in 2012.

After founding his own business, Frank Flanagan has decided it is time to move on. Over the years he devoted much of his time into Wexford Marine Watch, leading the organisation and the services it offered to the people of the southeast town.

Speaking on South East Radio in December 2022, Frank said that he had every confidence in the committee and volunteers, and that Wexford Marine Watch will continue to grow from strength to strength. ‘Emergency Services Ireland’ would like to wish him well in his new venture.

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