RNLI Bridlington crews remember the fallen.

Lifeboats News Release

Bridlington lifeboat Coxswain Stuart Tibbett led the town's RNLI volunteers in the Remembrance parade.

Bridlington lifeboat crew in the parade

RNLI/Andy Brompton

Volunteer Coxswain Stuart Tibbett leads his crew.

Hundreds attended the Remembrance Day service at the Bridlington war memorial to see representatives from all the armed services honour those fallen in war.

Lifeboat volunteers and HM Coastguard have for many years taken part in the parade through the town.

Each year a representative from the lifeboat station is chosen to lay a wreath at the memorial this year the honour went to the stations new Lifeboat Operations Manager Keith Turnbull.

Bridlington lifeboat standard bearer.

RNLI/Andy Brompton

RNLI Standard bearer Jason Stephenson.

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