East Anglian lifeboats called out on more rescues

Lifeboat stations in Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk were called out more than 300 times over the summer, a 16% rise on summer 2011. The region bucked the national trend which saw a small fall in call-outs to the RNLI.

Call-outs from East Anglian RNLI stations in summer 2012

  • Hunstanton - 26 (up 225%)
  • Wells-Next-The-Sea - 9 (down 31%)
  • Sheringham - 2 (down 60%)
  • Cromer - 7 (up 40%)
  • Happisburgh - 18 (up 500%)
  • Great Yarmouth - 17 (up 42%)
  • Lowestoft - 16 (up 167%)
  • Southwold - 7 (down 22%)
  • Aldeburgh - 18 (up 500%)
  • Harwich - 43 (up 5%)
  • Walton & Frinton - 10 (down 9%)
  • Clacton-on-Sea - 20 (down 31%)
  • West Mersea - 27 (down 37%)
  • Burnham-on-Crouch - 21 (down 13%)
  • Southend-on-Sea - 71 (up 16%)

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