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SEAHOUSES LIFEBOAT HONOURS THE LAST VESSEL TO BE SUNK IN WORLD WAR ONE


On Saturday 10th November 2018, the Seahouses Lifeboat escorted the passenger vessel “Serenity” to the site of the wreck of HMS Ascot, sunk by U Boat UB-67 approximatly 7 miles off Seahouses, on 10 November 1918, 100 years ago. It was the last vessel to be sunk in the conflict. On board Serenity, were relatives of Able Seaman Postlethwaite, one of 53 crew who perished that day. Accompanied by the Lifeboat Operations Manager, the family spread flowers, as did the Lifeboat crew. Click here to read the full story.
We also laid a wreath at the village war memorial, as we do each year, on Remembrance Sunday.