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Scarborough RNLI’s temporary shop - update

Lifeboats News Release

Scarborough RNLI’s temporary shop is to close on Sunday 24 July.

The shop, on the West Pier, is having to shut as contractors Bam Nuttall, who are building the new lifeboathouse, are scaling down their compound.

The lifeboathouse, which is due to be finished by the end of summer, will contain a new shop.
In the meantime, the temporary shop is open 10am-4pm daily.

RNLI Picture captions

The two photos show shop manager Mike Turner in the temporary premises and the site of the shop in the new lifeboathouse, in the corner near the coble landing. Credit: Dave Barry.

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For further details, ring Scarborough RNLI press officer Dave Barry on 07890 322992.

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