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Lizard RNLI Host Annual Christmas Carolaire

Lifeboats News Release

After an absence of three years it was wonderful to be able to host our Christmas Carolaire again at The Lizard RNLI Lifeboat Station on Friday evening.

RNLI/Lyndsay Bray

Landewednack School Choir
Visitors were welcomed in to the station and treated to an evening of festive carol singing accompanied by Helston Town Band and the children from Landewednack School Choir. Seasonal refreshments were served and the event was again hailed as a great festive success.

Our grateful thanks and appreciation go to the Rev Deirdre Mackrill who compared the evening aboard RNLB “Rose”, Helston Town Band, the children from Landewednack School Choir, Zoar Garage and their minibus driver Warren and Euro Tool Helston for providing the lighting system on the road leading up to the station.

Thank you to everyone who came and began their Christmas festivities with us.

RNLI/Lyndsay Bray

Helston Town Band

RNLI/Lyndsay Bray

RNLI/Lyndsay Bray

Huge thanks to Warren and ZOAR Garage

RNLI/Lyndsay Bray

Minibus Driver - Warren

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