Seahouses lifeboat annual Lifeboat Fete 2022 - a success!
Seahouses lifeboat crew held their Annual Fete Day, this year on Saturday 4 June 2022.
The RNLI Face to face Team were present , to engage the public, while RNLI souvenirs, second hand books, a very popular Tombola, British Divers Wildlife Rescue, Slaters Amusements and a variety of other stalls all provided attractions.
The Village Voices Choir gave two performances, and the Grey Catz also performed to musically entertain. At 3pm the Shannon all-weather lifeboat and the D-class inshore lifeboats were launched, and gave a brief demonstration of their performance outside of the harbour.
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