Flamborough RNLI souvenir shop re opening

Lifeboats News Release

Flamborough RNLI souvenir shop will re open on Saturday 24 March.

The shop, which was forced to close early last season following a break in on 29 September has had repairs to damage completed and has been re stocked ready for the new season

Extra security measures have also been installed.

The souvenir shop, located at the boathouse at South Landing will be open daily from 11am until 3pm throughout the Summer.

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For more information please contact Ian Smith, Flamborough RNLI Deputy Press Officer, at: Ian_Smith2@rnli.org.uk

Notes to editors

• Flamborough Lifeboat Station has been operating since 1871.
• To learn more about the Flamborough Lifeboat go to

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