Exeter Pirates visit Teignmouth RNLI lifeboat station

Lifeboats News Release

Ahoy me hearties! The Teignmouth RNLI lifeboat crew received a visit from crew of Exeter Pirate Day on Sunday, 7 April 2019 and received a generous donation.

Crew of Exeter Pirate Day with volunteers of Teignmouth lifeboat crew

RNLI/Anna Winston

Crew of Exeter Pirate Day with members of Teignmouth lifeboat crew

The group arrange an Exeter Pirate Day and are heading towards their 10th anniversary. They have kindly donated over £2,000 to Teignmouth lifeboat station since 2018.

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