Craster RNLI Lifeboat Fete Day

Lifeboats News Release

Saturday 11 August promises to be a fun filled afternoon for all the family and friends.

RNLI/Matty Bolam

The Lifeboat Fete Day will start at 2pm in the area of the harbour and will include stalls, raffles speed boat rides, various games for the kids, refreshments, hot and cold drinks and of course lifeboats.

This year the 3rd Regiment Royal horse artillery will be providing a display of military equipment and fun activities for the children.

For further details please call Hilary Punton on 01665576411.

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