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Two young visitors have sold their music collections to support Salcombe RNLI

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Two visitors to the area have sold their music collections to support Salcombe RNLI. 

Missey Martin and Starla DeLucy were looking to support Salcombe RNLI so they got their collection of "much loved but seldom played" CDs and sold them from outside their houses, raising more than £60. 

When they visited Salcombe RNLI shortly afterwards, they presented their takings to Coxswain Chris Winzer. 

Chris said, on behalf of himself and the crew: "Thank you and when next you are in Salcombe, please call in you will be most welcome."

 

 

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