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He said: “One hundred and forty years ago, 11 men from the fledgling seaside resort launched their new lifeboat the Albert Edward from the beach, having transported it there from the newly constructed boathouse with the aid of borrowed horses from the local fire station.“There was a raging storm, with a strong south south westerly wind blowing, into which the lifeboat was launched.On several occasions, it has been said that Essex is the most romantic county in the UK.Essex singles will be excited to hear that a Royal Mail survey on the number of cards posted on the lead up to Valentine's Day has seen Essex towns post volumes as the highest in previous years.“If a crew member of today was seen in all their personal protective equipment by one of those 11 men from the first service in 1878, they may well be mistaken for an alien.“One thing they would recognise, is the dedication and willingness of the volunteer crew to head out in atrocious conditions, to save lives at sea.” Mr Wigley also thanked all the fundraisers who have kept Clacton RNLI going over the years.Sometimes you need that extra bit of help when it comes to finding your special someone, and if you know what you´re looking for our dating directory might just be able to offer some helpful guidance.For all your dating needs in Clacton-on-Sea check out the Cityvisitor database including Couples, Date, Dating Site, Lonely Hearts.
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Crew members have also been presented with more than 20 silver and bronze medals for bravery.
Mr Wigley said: “The most prolific period was from 1914 to 1918, when four silver and one bronze medal were awarded.
With a number of Essex coastal towns, you can visit miles of stunning seafront, crammed full of historic gems, hidden in tiny villages throughout the county, from Colne Valley Railway to Layer Marney Tower, the tallest Tudor gatehouse in England.