Pupils from St Peter’s Catholic Primary visit New Brighton Lifeboat Station
On Monday, 19 July, pupils from St Peter’s Primary enjoyed a visit New Brighton RNLI Lifeboat Station.
‘It was lovely to be open for visits again, I would like to give a special mention to the crew members who turned out to speak with the children and would also like to thank everyone at St Peter’s Catholic Primary for your generous donation towards the RNLI’
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