Friday, 2 May 2014

The Great Lifeboat Disaster of 1886 Southport


2 comments:

  1. As a Fylde sand growner, the ship and lifeboat loss feels close to me. The family names of those who died on the St Annes boat are of people that I knew when growing up. The Lytham lifeboat rowed and sailed to the Mexico too.

    And I hope the show goes well.

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    1. Thank you Phil. The performances (4) to date have all been well-received and we have plenty more lined up, well into 2015 one of which is at St. Annes Library, so do come and see us. www.corkjackets.co.uk gives all details.

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