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Sophie Wood and Martin Jaggs- LSA lifeboat Mechanic – Taken at Manchester’s Sam’

Sophie Wood and Martin Jaggs- LSA lifeboat Mechanic – Taken at Manchester’s Sam’s Chop House with the Bronze life-size statue of L. S Lowry

Sophie Wood and Martin Jaggs- LSA lifeboat Mechanic – Taken at Manchester’s Sam’s Chop House with the Bronze life-size statue of L. S Lowry

Paul Husband

Sam's Chop House is supporting RNLI Fish Supper. Sophie Wood, RNLI Community Fundraising Manager is pictured with Martin Jaggs, Lytham St Annes lifeboat Mechanic at Manchester’s Sam’s Chop House, with the Bronze life-size statue of L.S Lowry

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