RNLI charity walker stops off at three north Norfolk lifeboat stations as part of 9,500 mile trek
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A charity walker dropped in at three north Norfolk lifeboat stations, as part of a 9,500 mile trek around the British and Irish Coast.
Alex Ellis-Roswell set off from his home town of Margate, in Kent, in August 2014, setting himself a £10,000 fundraising target.
He has since covered more than 9,000 miles, raising more than £50,000 for the RNLI.
After calling at Heacham, Snettisham and Hunstanton, Mr Ellis-Roswell, 24, dropped in at Sheringham lifeboat station before going on to Cromer, where he stayed with a crew member.
He was then welcomed by crew members at Happisburgh lifeboat station, before continuing on to the Suffolk Coast.
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Sheringham crew member Jamie Crisp said Mr Ellis-Roswell had tucked in to a pizza and a can of Guinness during his visit.
'After some much-needed rest, Alex was looking forward to visiting the Mo Museum and treating himself to some local ice cream,' he added.
Follow Alex's progress on Facebook or make a donation at his BT fundraising page
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