Hero at Ten Years Old

A ten year old Devon boy is being honoured for saving two stranded sailors.

Brixham pupil Stuart Crang has been given the first ever Certificate of Valour awarded by Torbay Council for his "incredible composure and extreme presence of mind" when he went to the aid of two sailors off Brixham. 
Stuart Crang with mum and dad
 
It happened in July when he was rowing off Fishcombe.  He spotted the sailors struggling in the water after their dinghy kept capsizing. It  filled with water and they couldn't get back into it. He rowed out to them, gave them a line,  and  towed them to safety.
 
 
Dad Nigel, who is one of the RNLI's Torbay Lifeboat crew,  tells our reporter Wendy Buckingham he's very proud of his son CLICK HERE
 
 
Torbay Council's Harbour Committee Chairman, Cllr Vic Ellery, says Stuart richly deserves the honour CLICK HERE
 
 
Stuart's also been awarded the coveted Gold Blue Peter Badge for his actions.
 
Head Teacher Mrs Mel Easter tells Heart the whole school is delighted  for Stuart and very proud of him CLICK HERE
 
And we give the last word to modest Stuart who  says his friends are really happy for him  CLICK HERE
 
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