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But the RNLI has hit back, saying it was able to provide cover from neighbouring stations when the lifeboat at New Brighton was off service.
The annual lifeboat day, held on Saturday, began with the RNLI displaying its two Redcar lifeboats on the high street.
No-one could have failed to miss work of the work of the RNLI in high-profile incidents in recent weeks.
He was given first aid by RNLI volunteers who police had called to the scene.
Ray Steadman began volunteering with Holyhead RNLI as shorecrew in 1995.
When it started to take in water the RNLI had to be called and local snapper Tim Laughlin captured their heroics.
The historic lifeboat, which took part in the famous SS Rohilla rescue at Whitby in 1914, was last seen in the Tyne in 2008 when the Ales Angels and RNLI crew members rowed from Tynemouth to Whitby, raising money for the different lifeboat stations on the way.
He said: "Many years ago, RNLI crew members here at Blyth were mainly fishermen and people who worked in the port.
David Child, Black Beaver, said: "It focuses the Beavers' minds in that we are a Sea Scouts group so working with RNLI works both ways.
As one of the world's major cruise lines, we appreciate the important role of the RNLI in helping to ensure the safety of those at sea, and we are delighted that David is such a worthy winner of this 'Unsung Station Hero' competition.
Society chief executive Chris Pilling said: "I am absolutely thrilled that we have already been able to make a donation of PS100,000 to the RNLI.
The RNLI charity has a high expectation of its insurance broker.
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