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Hunstanton Royal National Lifeboat Institution volunteer receives award from mayor





An “amazing” and “enthusiastic” volunteer for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) has been recognised for her efforts.

Mayor of Hunstanton Cllr Michael Ruston presented the award to a volunteer at the RNLI based at Old Hunstanton.

Kate Craven was nominated for the award by Carol Smith for the work that she does for the charity’s water safety team in its aim to share key safety messages with the community.

Kate Craven at Hunstanton Town Hall receives an award from mayor of Hunstanton Councillor Michael Ruston surrounded by colleagues
Kate Craven at Hunstanton Town Hall receives an award from mayor of Hunstanton Councillor Michael Ruston surrounded by colleagues

A number of RNLI supporters attended the town’s full council meeting on Wednesday, with Cllr Ruston reading out a statement regarding the award.

He said: “Kate is the most amazing enthusiastic woman and has been running the Stormforce Kids Club since 2016 for children to learn about sea safety.

“She has taught thousands of people at the RNLI the sea safety message.

Kate Craven with Cllr Michael Ruston, mayor of Hunstanton
Kate Craven with Cllr Michael Ruston, mayor of Hunstanton

“I am incredibly proud of her, well done Kate.”



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