Falmouth RNLI Lifeboats quayside service

Lifeboats News Release

Falmouth annual Quayside Service this year will take place on Custom House Quay at 6.30pm on Sunday 7 August.

​Both the all-weather (Richard Cox Scott) and the inshore lifeboat (Eve Pank) will be moored up to the quay and will be open to visitors on completion.
The service will be conducted by Reverend Canon Andrew Stevenson, supported by members of the King Charles the Martyr church choir with their choirmaster Richard Bailey. Musical accompaniment will be provided by Nicki Tumbridge.
All are welcome to come along to see the lifeboats close up, meet the some of the crew and take part in the service.

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