Aberaeron Beavers & Cubs visit New Quay RNLI

Lifeboats News Release

Aberaeron Beavers and Clubs recently visited New Quay Lifeboat Station where they had a look at both lifeboats and all the equipment the crew use.

RNLI/Kate Williams

Aberaeron Beavers & Cubs on their recent visit to New Quay Lifeboat Station
They also had a session on sea safety and keeping safe on the coast, whether in the water or on the shore.

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