Mayor gets close up view of third river crossing thanks to lifeboat crew
- Credit: Denise Bradley
A team of lifesaving volunteers have taken the mayor of Great Yarmouth out on a fast-moving journey to show off their equipment and skills.
On Sunday the mayor of the borough of Yarmouth Adrian Thompson met the crew of the area's RNLI station.
Setting off from Gorleston, the lifeboat under the command of coxswain Andy Mason headed down the River Yare, where Mr Thompson was given a fresh perspective on the progress on the third river crossing project.
The mayor was greeted by the lifeboat operations manager, Captain Lindsey Wigmore, and the deputy chair of the station's RNLI Ladies Guild, Cheryl Hacking.