Seahouses Lifeboat Station receives a very generous donation
On Friday 18 March 2022, Seahouses Lifeboat Station was one of several lifeboat stations to receive a very generous donation from the Northumberland Mark Master Masons Benevolent Fund, towards the cost of replacing Seahouses lifeboat crew personal protective kit.
Mark Loughlin commented: 'This was a tremendously generous donation, which we are delighted to receive, and will most certainly help to ensure our crews are always properly equipped with the best kit when putting to sea, as part of the upgrade of our crews’ personal safety equipment.'
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