North Norfolk Coast Watch group recruiting for new volunteers
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A north Norfolk coast watch group is calling for volunteers.
Happisburgh Coast Watch, which operates a year round service, is recruiting for new members.
Fundraiser Val Hawson said: 'Volunteers who can spare a few hours of their time are always welcome.
'Age is not a barrier so please join our team.
Volunteers act as lookouts in case of people or vessels getting into trouble on the beach, cliffs or at sea.
A spokesperson for the service said: 'No prior experience or knowledge is needed as volunteers are trained by a dedicated officer with 25 years experience.
'No-one is left to carry out a shift until confident.
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'The role is suitable for anyone who can spare two hours a week.'
Anyone interested in joining the group should call 01692 582961, email volunteering@coastwatch happisburgh.co.uk, or message Happisburgh Coast Watch on Facebook.