NSVL

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NSVLNorth Sea Volunteer Lifeguards (UK)
NSVLNõukogude Sotsialistlike Vabariikide Liit (Estonian: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)
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Hundreds gathered at Tynemouth's Longsands to prepare for the 11am dip, which is organised by North Sea Volunteer Lifeguards, many in fancy dress.
The event was organised by the North Sea Volunteer Lifeguards (NSVL) and saw nearly 200 people don fancy dress or swimming gear as they ran into the chilly waters.
Karen Farr took part with 21-yearold son Alex, who volunteers with the North Sea Volunteer Lifeguards.
The North Sea Volunteer Lifeguards (NSVL) organised its maiden dip from its new headquarters at Tynemouth Longsands , having previously taken to the North Sea from its former base at Whitley Bay.
Karen Farr took part with her 21-year-old son Alex, who volunteers with the North Sea Volunteer Lifeguards.
The North Sea Volunteer Lifeguards (NSVL) organised its maiden dip from its new headquarters at Tynemouth Longsands, having previously taken to the North Sea from its former base at Whitley Bay.
The North Sea Volunteer Lifeguards (NSVL) club was based along the Central Lower Promenade, in Whitley Bay, which is due to be demolished as part of North Tyneside Council's revamp plans.
A spokesman added: "The North Sea Volunteer Lifeguards carry out excellent work with our young people, and we have worked closely with the group for many years.
NEWS: The North Sea Volunteer Lifeguards have finally found a new base in Tynemouth after regeneration swallowed up their old one.
Previous winners have included The Jam Jar Cinema, the Angels of the North charity, the North Sea Volunteer Lifeguards, Whitley Bay Chamber of Trade, Rotary Club of Whitley Bay, Royal British Legion and Whitley Bay Football Club.
Members of the North Sea Volunteer Lifeguards who have nowhere to go while they wait for a promised new base to be ready CLAIRE MCKIE
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