Red Devils Drop in at Largs Lifeboat Station

Lifeboats News Release

As the Annual Viking Festival here in Largs, the Red Devils Drop in.

Red Devils with Lifeboat Crew Members,Local Police and Coastguards.

Captain Byron Griffiths.

Red Devils Group Picture.
On Sunday 9th of September towards the end of another successful Viking Festival in Largs our very own Red Devils put on a display for the many spectators who waited in great anticipation of the event, they were not disappointed as the Devils jumped from their aircraft , a wonderful sight unfolded as they descended various colours of smoke could be seen coming from each of the parachutes.
Prior to the event the team made use of Largs lifeboat station to check and monitor the wind speed and conditions prevailing.
All landed safely and retired to the lifeboat station for a hot shower and a change of clothes.
The group photograph shows the station team local police and coast guards.

Red Devils descending.

Captain Byron Griffiths.

Red Devils Drop In.

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