Youngsters from a county school have been creating a special piece of artwork for a local RNLI station.
Pupils at Newsham Primary School in Blyth presented a mosaic to the town’s lifeboat station that they had created especially for them.
The mosaic was funded by Blyth Rotary Club and was presented to RNLI crew members on Thursday by pupils from the school, their headteacher Ann-Marie Armstrong, and Blyth Rotary Club president John Keenlyside.
The school has a history of supporting the RNLI, and has even named the second storey of its building, the upper deck.
Blyth rotarian Dr Reg Carr, who has recently been appointed Life Governor of the RNLI, was also at the presentation.