Anstruther's crew and Stormy Sam led a parade to celebrate the Scottish Fisheries Museum 50th anniversary. The Museum, opposite the lifeboat station has cooperated with the station in the renovation of the ex-lifeboat "J and M Walker", which served at Anstruther from 1904 to 1933.
The RNLI Relief Fleet Mersey Class lifeboat, 12-008, "The Lincolnshire Poacher", arrived at Anstruther to relieve the resident "Kingdom of Fife". The two boats exercised together in and around Anstruther harbour before The Kingdom of Fife departs to Eyemouth for engine refit..
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RNLI Anstruther's shop is the leading fund-raising retail outlet in Scotland. It is so popular with visitors it will remain open throughout the winter. It is hoped that it will enable the enthusiastic team of volunteers to exceed last year's record profits for the RNLI.
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The shop is decked out for the festive season.
Opening hours are 12 noon to 4 pm daily
The Lloyds Foundation has committed to funding the RNLI’s Crew Emergency Procedures course for a second 5-year period until December 2020. Their total support for RNLI crew training to just over £2.46M since 2008. More than 3,000 RNLI volunteer crew members have now received the training thanks to Lloyd’s Register Foundation’s funding.
Anstruther Lifeboat News
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