Seahouses RNLI hold a successful and popular Coffee Morning
Seahouses RNLI Lifeboat Crew held a successful coffee morning Saturday 30 July at their boathouse on Seahouses Harbour, to raise funds for the charity that saves lives at sea.
Water Safety Officers, Lynsey Carr and Iain Saunders handed out safety advice and leaflets, while RNLI Mascot, Stormy Stan was on hand to welcome younger visitors.
Despite a brief short rain shower, the sun came out and helped make the day an enjoyable one. The Event raised an excellent £684.60 for RNLI funds.
The crew would like to like to thank all who supported the event and helped make it a success, and hope to repeat the event in the future.
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