A group from the North East Maritime Trust has been helping to restore the Henry Frederick Swan at their site in Wapping Street, South Shields.
What does NEMT stand for?
NEMT stands for North East Maritime Trust
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The renovation programme was made possible with help from South Tyneside Council's Riverside Community Area Forum and delivered by a team of 30 volunteers from the North East Maritime Trust.
The event takes place from Saturday August 23 to Monday August 25, from 11am to 4pm each day - with the boat setting off down the river at 3pm on Monday, thanks to help from the North East Maritime Trust.
On Friday, the world's second oldest lifeboat was blessed by the Reverend Philip Bullock, Priestin-Charge of the Church of St Stephen during a special ceremony at the town's Pier Parade in South Shields, which saw the Grade II Listed vessel being put back under its original canopy following an extensive renovation programme involving 30 volunteers from the North East Maritime Trust and supported by South Tyneside Council's Riverside Community Area Forum.
Four months of effort and investment by South Tyneside Council and the North East Maritime Trust has seen a team of 30 volunteers working to restore The Tyne lifeboat.
The commitment and hard work by the council and the North East Maritime Trust has reinvigorated a symbolic regional and international piece of maritime heritage.
The lifeboat Tyne, first launched in 1833, was rolled out from the riverside workshop of the North East Maritime Trust in South Shields after five months of dedicated restoration work.
Customs House executive director Ray Spencer said: "Hosting this show is our way of saying 'thank you' to the fantastic men of the North East Maritime Trust who built Salma's Dream, the stunning centrepiece of our knitting exhibition.