Three people rescued by lifeboat at Sea Palling

PUBLISHED: 19:54 10 June 2014 | UPDATED: 07:28 11 June 2014

Sea Palling Independent Lifeboat

Sea Palling Independent Lifeboat


Three people have been rescued after becoming cut off by the incoming tide at Sea Palling.

Sea Palling Independent Lifeboat crew was paged at 3.40pm by Humber Coastguard after reports by the lifeguards based at Sea Palling that three people were stranded on a reef.

The lifeboat was launched by 3.46pm and was quickly on scene. The boat crew, comprising coxswain Paul Dale, Eddie Bellerby and Denis Coogans, took the people on board and returned them safe and well to the shore at Sea Palling.

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  • This beach should carry a safety warning. It is in the good beach guides because it is now lovely, but it is only a good beach if holiday makers keep out of the water or more importantly have their brains engaged-which so many seen incapable of doing. The beach needs a couple of big signs on the car parks warning of the dangers of the features of the beach and the sea at that point and all caravans let to grocks should have stickers inside them doing the same. It is not the same at Sea Palling or many of the East Norfolk beaches as popping in the sea at Hunny or Heacham.

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    Daisy Roots

    Wednesday, June 11, 2014

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