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On Sunday (27 March 2022), the Filey and Eastfield Neighbourhood Poling Team took part in coastal emergencies training day alongside the Filey Lifeboat crew and the Coastguard team.
As well as being a great place to enjoy and visit, being by the sea with a cliff lined coastline brings with it heightened safety risks for the public.
Sergeant Vicky Quigley said: “Our team works very closely with Filey Lifeboat and the Coastguard so that we can co-ordinate our life-saving efforts when these serious incidents occur.
“More than anything, we want to promote the message that people need to call 999 for an emergency response to a coastal emergency as they would for the police, fire service or an ambulance.
“If someone is in danger on coast or in the sea, please dial 999 and ask for the Coastguard.”
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