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Farewell & Good Luck Ed!

Lifeboats News Release

After just over 3 years in the position of Station Mechanic we have bid a fond farewell to our friend and colleague Ed Leckie who has left The Lizard Lifeboat Station to further his career with the RNLI.

RNLI/The Lizard

Lifeboat Operations Manager – Ned Nuzum said
“Ed's contribution to station life over the past three years has been exceptional, his attention to detail and commitment on all fronts has touched us all"
On behalf of us all at the station we would like to wish Ed good luck in his new career venture, which is very richly deserved.

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