A Sussex lifeboat crew talks about what it means to face the awesome power of the sea to do their job, at any time of day, saving lives.
Author: Anna Scott
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The RNLI lifeboat at Newhaven is a part of a hugely popular, publicly funded charity that inspires loyalty and devotion from its volunteers, who selflessly dedicate their lives to saving the lives of others. How and why do they do it? This is their story.