FLINT RNLI volunteers had a busy weekend of fundraising activities.

The team attended the town’s 999 Day on Saturday, and organised the annual lifeboat open day and dog show’ on the Sunday.

Flint RNLI joined many other emergency services on Saturday to join in the town’s 999 Day.

Sunny but not too hot was the verdict for the RNLI annual dog show and lifeboat station open day on Sunday.

More than 50 competitors were entered in pedigree and fun classes.

The lifeboat station was also open giving visitors the opportunity to inspect life saving equipment and meet the volunteer lifeboat crew.

The weekend produced more than £500 for lifeboat funds.

A spokesman for the team said: "We are always amazed how much support this event creates.

"Our grateful thanks to all the pet owners, Jollyes of Flint for sponsoring the event, Eleri Buck our judge for the day, and Stuart Gunther show co-ordinator."