Photo : Exmouth RNLI Lifeboat Fireworks Credit : John Thorogood / Exmouth RNLI
Exmouth RNLI will be hosting the biggest fireworks display in Exmouth this year!
The life saving charity are pleased to announce their Fireworks Display 2021 at the Imperial Recreation Ground, Exmouth, EX8 1DG on the evening of Friday 5 November to raise funds for Exmouth RNLI.
Between September 1982 and December 2020, at least 51 512 people were rescued on land and at sea with help from a network of Earth-orbiting satellites able to detect and locate emergency distress beacons.
ILB Launch Mark Johnson.jpg : Exmouth RNLI Inshore Lifeboat launching. Credit: Mark Johnson
Exmouth RNLI volunteers were tasked this evening to attend a report of an apparently abandoned kayak drifting upside down on the River Exe.
ILB_2_LR.jpg : Exmouth RNLI Inshore Lifeboat speeds to the rescue. Credit: John Thorogood / RNLI
Exmouth RNLI volunteers were tasked this afternoon to attend a report of two persons on board a drifting, out of control day boat.
Isotropic Systems John Finney, CEO in Office
Isotropic Systems Terminal
- Isotropic Systems completes a new industry and VC-backed funding round, led by the world’s first listed space tech fund, Seraphim Space Investment Trust PLC
- This latest funding round takes the total capital secured from investor and customer support to over $100 million.
- Strong strategic investor support from existing investors including AEI HorizonX, Promus Ventures through its Luxembourg based space investment fund Orbital Ventures, SES and UK Government
- Secures production and commercialisation of Isotropic’s next-gen ground antennas, designed to vastly improve connectivity across the satellite ecosystem
LONDON, UK – 27th September, 2021 – Isotropic Systems, a leading developer of transformational broadband terminal technologies, announces that it has raised over $37 million in an equity financing round, which fully funds the development of its game-changing multi-link antennas through to product launch in 2022.
Exercise 21 4 21 On Your Mark Photography_018.jpg : Both Exmouth RNLI lifeboats on exercise recently. Credit: Mark Campbell / On Your Mark Photography
Exmouth RNLI volunteers were tasked this afternoon to attend a report of three persons on board a broken down speedboat that was taking on water.
Seahouses Shannon Class Lifeboat 13-36 John and Elizabeth Allan, brings the distressed schooner into the safety of Seahouses harbour. Volunteer Coxswain Keith Slater in command.