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RNLI welcomes Merside visitors

Lifeboats News Release

Thirty members of Cymdeithas Cymraeg Lerpwl - Liverpool Welsh Society visited Llandudno lifeboat station this week

Liverpool Welsh Society members, many of whom are regular visitors to the 'Land of their Fathers' pictured in front of Llandudno lifeboat station during their visit.

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Liverpool Welsh Society members, many of whom are regular visitors to the 'Land of their Fathers' pictured in front of Llandudno lifeboat station during their visit.

After being welcomed by station volunteers, they were given a guided tour of the new building and the base's two lifeboats, before taking part in an informal briefing and a question and answer session in the station crew room.

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