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Come and visit Falmouth Lifeboat Station

23 — 30 May 2009

10am-4pm Enjoy a free guided tour of the RNLI lifeboats and their station

Why not enjoy a fascinating insight into todays lifeboat service and the work of its volunteer crews.

Step onboard the £2million Severn Class All Weather Lifeboat for a guided tour before returning to the lifeboat station to view Atlantic 75 Class Inshore Lifeboat. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is a registered charity that saves lives at sea. It provides the 24 hour on-call service to cover search and rescue requirements out to 100 nautical miles from the coast of the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland and a seasonal beach lifeguard service on appropriate beaches in the South West of England. The RNLI is independent from Government and continues to rely on voluntary contributions and legacies for its income.

Website: www.rnli.org.uk/falmouth

Contact: Robert Thompson 01326 250525 or robertandrachelt@tiscali.co.uk

Price: Free

Open: 10am-4pm - Families welcome - group visits by request
RNLI Souvenir Shop located at Lifeboat Station

Dates: 23rd-30th excluding the 24th.