Seahouses lifeboat station hosts an Emergency Service Open Day
Seahouses RNLI lifeboat station hosted an Emergency Services Open Day on Saturday 27 August 2022, at their station.
Seahouses all-weather Shannon Class lifeboat with its SLRs (Shannon Launch and Recovery Tractor and Carriage), and the inshore lifeboat and Landover Launch Vehicle were also on display.
Seahouses RNLI Water Safety Officers were on hand for Water Safety Advice and the RNLI Face To Face Team were also present. The RNLI Souvenir Shop was also open, with a second-hand book stall, also with souvenirs in the main boat hall entrance. The Coastal Custodian also had a display of local calendars and goods for sale.
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