More than 150 summer lifeboat call-outs

Lifeboat teams in the North West and North Wales were called out more than 150 times to rescue people stuck at our beaches over the summer months.

15 calls were on the Wirral with 53 in Conwy, Llandudno, Rhyl and Flint.

The RNLI volunteers have been dealing with things like lost children and people who had drifted out to sea in boats or on inflatable dinghies.

Guy Williams volunteers for the RNLI in Beaumaris who had 28 call-outs in the three summer months.

He gave this advice to people heading out to sea:

"Always wear a life-jacket and always carry a means of calling for help.

"Tell other people where you are going and how long you are going to be out for so that if you don't get back in that time people can raise the alarm if you are unable to."