Mundesley Volunteer Lifeboat is entirely independent from the RNLI and supported completely by donations from the public.
The lifeboat is a "Declared Facility", this means that H.M. Coastguard regard it as being on a par with the RNLI.
The Service works closely with other Lifeboats in the area both inshore and offshore, and also with the RAF Search and Rescue Helicopter Squadron now located at Wattisham in Suffolk.
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The website was last updated on: April 21st, 2013
The updates included:
- Dedication of new boat photos
- Callout 21/04/2013
- Pantomime photos
- Crew list updated
Callouts this year: 1
The naming ceremony and blessing of the new Mundesley Lifeboat took place on a warm but blustery Sunday afternoon on the cliff top.
The service was led by the Rev Rod Key and Rev Zoe Ferguson before the boat was officially named by Director Ian Grey.
The boat, which came onto service in October 2012 cost around £30,000 and was named after Bob Page who had left a legacy to the Mundesley Lifeboat.
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The Crew, Directors and Friends of Mundesley Lifeboat were sad to hear of the recent death of Ron Crane.
Ron was one of the founding Directors of our charity in 1972. He served as Chairman for many years finally standing down in 1998.
Ron will be sadly missed by all those who knew him.
The Mundesley Players, led by Ian Cashmore put on an excellent show telling the story of Puss in Boots.
Photos were kindly taken by Paul Damen.
A huge number of brave dippers faced the North Sea again this year, watched by hundreds of supporters.
Funds collected in the buckets totaled an impressive £622 which will be split between the Mundesley Infant School and the Lifeboat.
All photos were kindly taken by Paul Damen.
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