Ted Luckin: 60 years of lifesaving
An interview with Ted Luckin, crew member and volunteer at Cromer Lifeboat Station for over 60 years
Cromer Lifeboat Station has a rich history of lifesaving, with its crew having won a large number of RNLI gallantry medals over the years. Ted Luckin has been a volunteer at Cromer since he was recommended to join the crew by Henry Blogg - the legendary lifesaver himself. In this video, Ted talks about his time at Cromer, how he joined, and what it feels like to have been a lifesaver for over 60 years.
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