Three vegetation associations were described by Denyes as occurring within the Foothills life belt
But they cannot patrol the area 24 hours a day and now Joby's dad is battling for life belts
to be installed ON the bridges so others in peril have a better chance of survival day or night.
The life belt
in East Bridge Street was last taken a week ago.
Shirley, of St Mellons, Cardiff, who has a seven-year-old grandson, Kane, said: 'It was obvious she couldn't swim very far, so I swam back to the boat to get the life belt
and we made our way to the woman.
We are tuned into a good programme on the radio, a kipper the size of a ship's life belt
is gently grilling and I have a pot of tea mashing at my elbow.
CorporalDaveKerr, 34, a father-of-two from Rainhill, St Helens, managed to drag them to safety with a life belt
after they got into difficulties in the sea at Blackpool's NorthShore.
Luckily for the man the park motor launch boat Roath Pride was nearby and threw him a life belt
before taking the colleagues to the safety of the bank.
He set up a life belt
rescue operation called ``Ring of Confidence'' on the island after a relative drowned while fishing several years a go.
They threw him a life belt
and helped him get to safety.
Derek Bowes from Arriva buses said: "Some of the more unusual things we have found are a pounds 3,000 clarinet, a bass drum, a life belt
, a whip and some frozen chicken legs.
IN THE SWIM Well Chief has been doing plenty of this recently - the trainer is holding the life belt
Martin Jol has already done shrewd business in the transfer market to build his base, throwing a life belt
to Jenas when Newcastle were publicly committing suicide.