Dungeness RNLI Lifeboat

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Wednesday 29 April at 18.00 hours

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Dungeness RNLI Lifeboat Station

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Supacat Tractor Unit April 2015An unusual view of the Supacat Tractor Unit taken by Martin Templeman at Dungeness in April 2015

Dungeness Lifeboat Station in Kent guards the Channel from Folkestone to Rye Bay and today operates a Shannon class lifeboat, "The Morrell" paid for by an extraordinarily generous legacy gift from Mrs Barbara Morrell. She left the RNLI a legacy worth over £6 million, requesting that it be left to fund a lifeboat for Kent, as she came from Bromley in Kent.