At 13:11hr on Saturday 22nd February 2020, Seahouses Inshore Lifeboat was requested to launch to assist Howick and Seahouses Coastguard Rescue Teams at Beadnell Bay. A female walker had sustained a suspected fracture to her ankle and lower leg, south of the Long Nanny, and extraction by sea was considered to be the most appropriate option.
Photographs : (a) Aubrey is presented with his certificate by Dept. Coxswain, Scott Ranft (b) Aubrey thanked his sponsors with a painting Credits : Exmouth RNLI / Aubrey Green
Eleven year old Aubrey Green, from Wilmington, has recently raised £300 for the RNLI following a successful 5k sponsored swim that he completed for the lifesaving charity in January.
At 20:10hr on Friday 14th Feb 2020, Seahouses All Weather Lifeboat was requested to launch to convey an ambulance crew to an emergency on Holy Island. The Causeway was closed by the tide.
Exmouth lifeboat station is looking to recruit additional volunteers
Exmouth RNLI are currently looking for volunteers to support their small team of dedicated volunteers to either help staff the RNLI Shop, as Fundraisers or to help as members of the Lifeboats Visits Team to provide free tours for the public at Exmouth RNLI Lifeboat Station.
Photograph : Exmouth Inshore Lifeboat George Bearman II launches to the rescue. Photo : Chris Sims RNLI
At 14:03hrs today Thursday 16 January 2020 Exmouth’s RNLI Inshore Lifeboat George Bearman II was alerted by HM Coastguard to go to the assistance of a male in difficulty in the water in the River Exe near Lympstone.
Photos :Budleigh Salterton 15 01 20 : Members of the Budleigh Salterton Lions Club present Exmouth RNLI with their cheque for £1169.59. Holding cheque, L – R. Budleigh Lions Club Activity Chair, Geoff Paver, Exmouth RNLI Fundraising Chair, Robin Humphreys and President of the Budleigh Salterton Lions Club, Peter Holmes.
Credits : John Thorogood / Exmouth RNLI
Budleigh Salterton Lions Club have donated an incredible £1169.59 to Exmouth RNLI following their collection at the Budleigh Salterton Christmas Swim last year.
At 10:28hr Seahouses Inshore Lifeboat was requested to launch as a precautionary measure, following a report of two walkers with a dog, attempting to cross the Pilgrims Way from Holy Island with the tide rising. High Water at Holy Island was at 12:21hr that day.
Local Coastguard teams from Holy Island and Seahouses were also tasked. As the Lifeboat approached Holy Island, the coastguard teams reported the walkers were safely ashore at Holy Island, so the Lifeboat was stood down and returned to station after their first call of 2020.
At 01:01hrs today Wednesday 1st January 2020 Exmouth’s Inshore Lifeboat George Bearman II was alerted by HM Coastguard to go to the assistance of a female in difficulty in the water off Exmouth seafront.
Photos show Julie Clark, Social Worker, representing North Locality Childrens’ Social Care Team and Childrens’ Hospital Social Work Team (RVI Newcastle), presenting a letter of thanks to members of the Seahouses Crew. L to R Crewman Iain Saunders, Julie Clark, and crew Lynsey Carr, James Higgins and Kika Isakiewicz
Seahouses Lifeboat Crew have taken time out from their hectic training programme ahead of the arrival next year of their new state of the art Shannon Class Lifeboat, to bring some Christmas Cheer to the local toddler’s group, and local children in need.
Boathouse upgrade for the new Shannon Lifeboat now complete and handed
over. “GRACE” finally returns home from a cold drafty slip on the harbour.
The new Shannon still at Poole, undergoing trials.