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How well do you know Henry Blogg?

PUBLISHED: 06:00 10 April 2018 | UPDATED: 13:40 10 April 2018

Screengrab from the RNLI film. Pictured: Henry Blogg. Picture: RNLI

Screengrab from the RNLI film. Pictured: Henry Blogg. Picture: RNLI

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Whether you call Cromer home or are just a fan of the seaside town, you can’t have missed the town’s devotion to their hero, lifeboatman Henry Blogg.

The RNLI’s most decorated lifeboatman, Mr Blogg’s legacy lives on in the town today both in the museum and in the dedication to saving lives at sea.

But even those who may have lived in Cromer their whole lives may not know all the secrets of the notoriously humble and quiet man.

So we’ve compiled a quiz to see whether you are a true fan of Cromer’s hero, or whether you need to head to the museum to do some more reading!

Screengrab from the RNLI film. Pictured: Cromer life boat renamed Henry Blogg. Picture: RNLIScreengrab from the RNLI film. Pictured: Cromer life boat renamed Henry Blogg. Picture: RNLI

Photos from Edwardian photographer Olive Edis which have been bought by Cromer museum.

Pictured is Henry Blogg.

For Richard Batson.Photos from Edwardian photographer Olive Edis which have been bought by Cromer museum. Pictured is Henry Blogg. For Richard Batson.

Cromer coxswain Henry Blogg with Monte the dog. Picture: RNLICromer coxswain Henry Blogg with Monte the dog. Picture: RNLI

Portrait of a legend: Henry Blogg, the greatest lifeboatman of all and a hero of two world wars.Portrait of a legend: Henry Blogg, the greatest lifeboatman of all and a hero of two world wars.

Lifeboat legend: Coxswain Henry Blogg received the first of his three Gold Medals for his gallant rescue of the crews of the Pyrin and Fernebo (Courtesy RNLI).Lifeboat legend: Coxswain Henry Blogg received the first of his three Gold Medals for his gallant rescue of the crews of the Pyrin and Fernebo (Courtesy RNLI).

Cromer lifeboat hero blue plaques preview - Henry BloggCromer lifeboat hero blue plaques preview - Henry Blogg

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