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Hundreds raised at RNLI SOS day in Lowestoft

17:20 27 January 2013

Fund-raisers and crew from the Lowestoft Lifeboat will hosting the annual SOS day on behalf of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI),as part of its SOS – Save Our Souls – campaign to raise vital funds for the town’s lifeboat.

Crewman Mike Robbins with the RNLI Spirit of Lowestoft.



Picture: James Bass

Fund-raisers and crew from the Lowestoft Lifeboat will hosting the annual SOS day on behalf of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI),as part of its SOS – Save Our Souls – campaign to raise vital funds for the town’s lifeboat. Crewman Mike Robbins with the RNLI Spirit of Lowestoft. Picture: James Bass

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2013

Visitors were granted permission to go aboard Lowestoft’s lifeboat during the annual RNLI SOS fund raising event.

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There was a rare chance to explore the Tyne offshore lifeboat and meet the crew during the event at the RNLI lifeboat station on the town’s South Pier.

Home-made cakes baked by fund raisers and hot drinks were also on sale.

The open-day on Friday, which was one of hundreds being held for the RNLI across the country, raised more than £300 and the gift shop also reported strong takings.

Josie Moore, chairman of the fund raising team, said she was pleased with the turn out. She said: “Everybody worked very hard.

“Considering the previous weather conditions, everyone did very well to come out and support us. I got the impression everyone was enjoying themselves as well.”

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