An inquest is taking place into the death of a woman who tried to rescue her two children from the sea off the Cornish coast.
Alison Tooby from Wellington died last September at Northcott Mouth. Lifeguard cover on the beach near Bude had been lifted just a day before the tragedy.
The RNLI said it would be reviewing its operational hours. Her sons, aged 11 and 13, both survived.
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