Lifeboat crews have been called out to a historic pleasure cruiser which broke from its moorings during a snow storm. RNLI crews in Bridlington, East Yorkshire helped secure the Yorkshire Belle which began drifting in the town's harbour last night.
A weather warning for further patchy snow is in place in coastal parts of East Yorkshire, with fresh snow forecast. The Yorkshire Belle has been a popular fixture on the Bridlington coast since 1947.
She was launched to replace the original boat of the same name, which was blown up by a mine during the Second World War, resulting in the loss of all hands.