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Annual visit by Santa and Mrs Clause to Beaumaris lifeboat volunteers.

Lifeboats News Release

At 4.30 pm on Saturday 17 December 2022 the volunteer crew members of the R N LI Beaumaris lifeboat received a visit from Santa and Mrs Clause.

Santa & Mrs Clause accompanied by two elves meet the mayor of Beaumaris


Santa & Mrs Clause accompanied by two elves meet the mayor of Beaumaris

Santa and Mrs Clause accompanied by some of his Elves have taken time out of their busy schedule to visit the lifeboat station every year.

This year he allowed some of his elves to assist the fundraising volunteers on the stall by the lifeboat boathouse.

The rest of the elves, Santa and Mrs Clause then took a sleigh ride around Beaumaris accompanied by some to the volunteer lifeboat crew.

The above photographs is of Santa and Mrs Clause accompanied by two elves meeting the Mayor Mr Neil Gough.

An RNLI spokesman said ‘the lifeboat volunteers look forward to this annual visit and are privileged to escort his sleigh around the town Santa is well aware that they may have to leave him in a hurry should the services of the lifeboat be required. ‘

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