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RNLI Members Visit Landewednack School

Lifeboats News Release

Prior to breaking up for their summer holiday, children in Razorbills class from Landewednack School welcomed members of The Lizard Lifeboat Station and RNLI Lifeguard Kieran Roberts to a special assembly.

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Razorbills Class from Landewednack School accompanied by Members of the RNLI
As part of their “Wrecks & Rescues” topic, class teacher Miss Alex Wells invited Coxswain Dan Atkinson, Station Mechanic Ed Leckie, crew member Jacqui Dunmall and Lifeguard Kieran Roberts to talk to the children about the work of the RNLI and sea safety.

The children had a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon, huge thanks to Dan, Ed, Jacqui and Kieran.

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