BVLS

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AcronymDefinition
BVLSBounded Variable Least Squares
BVLSBuena Vista Lake Shrew
BVLSBlyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service
BVLSBulbar Ventro-Lateral Surface
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August 2004: The Blyth Spirit appeal is officially launched on the town's quayside and the Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service set up.
John Tuttiett, co-founder of the Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service, said: "She is here.
The decision led to protests in the town and formation of a new charity group, the Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service, which launched a pounds 120,000 appeal for an offshore boat.
The Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service (BVLS) was set up last summer after RNLI decided to leave the seaside town without an offshore boat.
The Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service (BVLS) needed the money to pay for equipment and training and has had to double its efforts to raise the cash.
There has been a two-month delay in getting the boat into service but yesterday the Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service (BVLS) said it was confident it would be only a matter of weeks before that happened.
Yesterday officials of the Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service (BVLS) said they expect the 38ft Spirit of Blyth and Wansbeck to be ready to begin providing maritime rescue cover in a month's time ( having originally hoped for an Easter launch.
The Easter Fair will include stalls, refreshments, a raffle and souvenirs and Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service crew members will be there to explain their roles.
Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service spokesman Ian Woodhouse said last night: "It is disappointing that we could not sail the boat all the way, but the poor weather meant that her arrival in Blyth would have to be delayed for several hours.
A flotilla of fishing boats and small craft will escort the boat to the Dun Cow Quay where former coxswain Dick Thurlow of Caister, Norfolk, will formally hand it over by to Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service (BVLS).
The RNLI says the independent Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service ( which has purchased and will man an older lifeboat ( is not `logical' because its own remaining boats on the Northumberland coast are faster.
And yesterday, out on the town's quayside, Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service (BVLS) said they were delighted to announce that the sale had now been agreed, thanks to the intervention of a local businessman.