Craster RNLI's annual fete day

Lifeboats News Release

On Saturday 13 july 2019 at 1pm, Craster lifeboat station will be holding its annual fete day.

RNLI/Matty Bolam

fete day

It's that time of year again when the volunteers at Craster are busy preparing for their station's fundraising day.

All the team are hoping to raise as much money as possible to help with vital training for crews and shore crew.

The charity hopes to welcome as many people as possible to the event to support the lifeboat station and help them make the day a huge success.

Craster RNLI is also welcoming anyone with a spare couple of hours to help out on the day and any help would be very much appreciated.

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