A RNLI lifeboat crew based on Anglesey received a special gift last week during a visit from an individual who had a very interesting story to tell.

On Friday, January 19, Roger Chisholm paid a visit to the Trearddur Bay station.

Roger was diagnosed with MS at the age of 27.

He decided to write about his life story in his novel entitled ‘Don’t Look Down.’

He managed to write the book in the six months that followed his major brain surgery and during ongoing chemotherapy.

Roger arrived at the station with a surprise for the Trearddur Bay team.

Using the proceeds from his book, he has donated a military spec thermal imaging camera to the RNLI.

During a brief presentation, Roger spoke of his incredible journey and of his respect for the women and men of the RNLI and admiration for their bravery.

A spokesperson for the Trearddur Bay RNLI said: "It was a truly humbling experience.

"If we are half as brave as Roger it will be more than enough.

"We thank him for his generosity and for donating this great gift to us, it will undoubtedly prove to be useful in the future and could help someone return home to their loved ones."