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In November last year Sea Rescue trained Rescue Swimmers and a beach safety patrol team to watch over bathers at Clanwilliam, Lamberts Bay and Elands Bay. The team trained extremely hard and were operational from Mid November to Mid January this year. They made a great contribution to water safety in the Cederberg and will be back at the waters edge this Easter. If you visit the area please go and say hello, and ask about water safety on their beach. And please remember - be safe - swim between the flags!Watch our Video on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAcJaKAyZsILike, Comment and subscribe for more!
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