Two RNLI St Ives Lifeboat volunteers achieve their pass outs
Two crew members of RNLI St Ives passed out in their volunteer roles
An exciting evening for the St Ives lifeboat. We are pleased to share that after extensive training and many hours of hard work, our volunteer crew members Clare Goode and Joel Ninnes passed out in their volunteer roles.
Claire has passed out as fully qualified crew for the All Weather Lifeboat and Joel has passed out as navigator for the lifeboat.
A huge congratulations to both of them from all of us here at the St Ives lifeboat station and good luck with their future with us.
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