RNLI lifeguards back on patrol at Coldingham

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RNLI lifeguards are back patrolling Coldingham Bay for another summer season which officially started at the Berwickshire beach on Saturday, May 21.

Coldingham Bay was the first Scottish beach to be patrolled by RNLI lifeguards in 2013 and their success has ensured that the service has continued every year since, plus RNLI lifeguards now patrol seven of Scotland’s busiest beaches.

As the beach season gets underway in Scotland, Tim Doran, RNLI lifeguard manager said: “Lifeguarding really is Scotland’s best summer job and at the moment we’ve still got the opportunity to take on a few more lifeguards for the 2016 season. As long as candidates have the right attitude, are willing to learn and can meet the fitness standards we can provide all the training they’ll require to do the job.

“I’d encourage anyone who is interested to have a look at the website or get in touch for more details.”

RNLI lifeguards will now be on duty from 10am until 6pm seven days a week for the rest of the summer and they are still recruiting for Coldingham Bay. If you are interested visit the website www.rnli.org/lifeguardjobs or contact RNLI Scotland lifeguard manager at tim_doran@rnli.org.uk.