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Brook Coastguard Cottages
A lifeboat funded by the government is recorded as being in place at Brook in 1851, however it was only in 1860 that the RNLI built a boathouse and supplied a 30ft Peake lifeboat. As with the ....
The name is derived from the Old English broc, 'brook', which flows from the Downs behind the village to the sea at Brook Bay beside Hanover Point.
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