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Coastguard Matt Jul 24
With the UK in a , it's tempting to jump into cold water to cool off. But water temperatures are still low enough to cause cold water shock, which can leave you panicking & gasping for air. If you do get into trouble, you need to .
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Jane Devonshire May 30
I’m backing the ’s campaign, which launches today. If you get into trouble in the water, fight your instincts and this information has saved so many lives since the campaign started.
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Robin Knox-Johnston Jun 6
I thoroughly support the fantastic work of the . If you are on the water this summer, remember to . If you get into trouble, follow their advice - fight your instincts and
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Reqs the Fire Dog Jul 29
I’m on my holibobs this week & had a fab swim in the sea today 🏖😎🏊‍♂️ I know the dangers of swimming in the sea. Do you? 💦💦💦
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WaterSafetyScotland Jun 25
Cold water shock makes you gasp uncontrollably. If you fall into cold water unexpectedly, float until the cold water shock has passed
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Tower RNLI Sep 8
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RNLI Sep 18
As part of Preparedness Month, we want to encourage people to and share this important piece of advice that could save your life if you fall unexpectedly into cold water
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Barmouth Lifeboat Jul 19
School’s out for summer! If you’re planning on visiting our epic Welsh coast remember If you get into trouble in cold water, fight your instinct to panic and
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Ruth Dennis Aug 26
Now the proud owner of reusable bamboo straws curtesy of ⁦
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Gareth Morrison May 30
Today launches the national campaign . Fight your instincts and
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Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service Sep 18
Would you know what to do if you or someone you were with got into difficulty in or around water💧? Watch this video to find out 👇
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NHSKernow Aug 17
You unexpectedly fall into the water. What do you do? You have just five seconds to decide. Fight your instinct to thrash around and float until you can control your breathing.
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RNLI Sep 6
It's and RNLI ambassador has just published a new book on the subject of fear. For most who get into trouble in the water their natural reaction is to panic, but as Ant will tell you it's all about keeping calm .
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Bear Grylls Jun 4
So proud to support and their campaign helping educate on one simple skill to survive in cold water. If you get into trouble in the water, fight your instincts and
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Tyne and Wear FRS Aug 4
Here’s Crew Manager Peter Hamil from Byker Blue Watch nominating @NTCLiesure for the - “thanks for the nomination Sam Nicholson”. The Throw Bag has to knock the bottle over from 15 paces. Good luck everyone!
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Neville Murphy Aug 8
What a fantastic concept which will save lives, get out there people and practice this. Oh! And be sure to tell everyone you know!!!
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WaterSafetyScotland Jul 3
Cold water shock doesn’t care how good a swimmer you are. If you don’t know to survive it, it can kill you
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Anthony Middleton Aug 7
If you get into trouble in cold water all you need to do is ... watch my latest video with the to learn how to overcome cold water shock 💧💪
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RNLI - Lerwick Jun 11
Another fantastic total of £9,500 raised on Open Day for the RNLI. Thanks to everyone involved and all those who donated.
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Beckie Ramsay BEM (British Empire Medal) Aug 7
This is such a huge honour, I hope Dylan is watching down proud. When I push that button it will be in memory of all lives lost in open water, I will take a moment to remember all the lives that have been taken to soon. I hope that people remember the message
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