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RNLI St. Ives Crew member passes out as Deputy 2nd Coxswain

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Crew member Jake Martin passes out as Deputy 2nd Coxswain

RNLI/Russell Bush

Jake Martin passes out as Deputy 2nd Coxswain

Some exciting news for the St Ives Lifeboat. After nearly 12 months of training, hard work and many hours at sea, our crew member Jake Martin has passed out as Deputy 2nd Coxswain and is now fully qualified in his new role.

A huge congratulations to Jake from all of us at the St Ives Lifeboat station and good luck for the future with us.

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