RNLI Cromer receive local donation
A cheque for fifteen hundred ponds was handed over to crew at RNLI Cromer.
Rodney Clark-Ward of the Westerleigh Group who run Cromer Crematorium met with some of the crew last week. He presented a cheque to the station which will be used towards costs at the station.
RNLI Cromer thanked him for the cheque.
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