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Seahouses RNLI Lifeboat Station

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2 Persons Trapped on Holy Island Causeway

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Mersey Class Station Lifeboat RNLB 12-16 Grace Darling is off station at the All Weather Lifeboat Centre at Falmouth Boatyard for repairs, after her annual survey revealed issues.

Relief Lifeboat RNLB 12-27 Pride and Spirit (ex Dungeness) currently on station.

Staff Coxswain temporarily on station  this week - Francie Morgan

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