1 : Don Hodgkinson in Memoriam : Credit : John Thorogood
Exmouth RNLI would like to announce that the funeral cortege of long serving volunteer, Don Hodgkinson will be passing Exmouth Lifeboat Station on the day of his funeral to enable fellow volunteers and friends to pay their respects.
1 : ILB_1_LR – Exmouth RNLI lifesavers speed to the rescue. Credit : John Thorogood
Exmouth RNLI volunteer crew members launched yesterday to rescue two persons who had broken down on a jet ski on the River Exe.
1 : Don_1_Obituary LR : Exmouth RNLI Volunteer Don Hodgkinson receiving his 20 year badge and certificate from former RNLI Chairman, Charles Hunter-Pease.
Exmouth RNLI crew and volunteers were saddened this week to learn of the death of long term Exmouth RNLI volunteer, Don Hodgkinson, on 12th June 2021, after a short illness.
1 : 13-03 in action – Exmouth RNLI lifesavers speed to the rescue. Credit : RNLI
Exmouth RNLI volunteer crew members launched today to rescue a male who had abandoned his fishing boat after it started to sink.
This is a story of great courage and selflessness by the heroes of the unique RNLI. The tradition of saving lives around the coasts of the British Isles is long established but the creation of what is now the RNLI in the early Nineteenth Century provided a unified and highly professional maritime rescue service that has always been staffed by volunteers. – Most Highly Recommended
Gen 1 MCA helicopter
A statement from CHC and Rafael in response to being included as one of the shortlist of companies being invited to tender for the next generation of search and rescue aviation, announced by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency earlier today
1 : MayDay Mile Completion LR002 : Exmouth RNLI Volunteer Crew Geoff Mills (L) and Dougie Wright ® complete the ’72 for 72’ MayDay Challenge
2 : Tesco Fun Run 23 5 21 MayDay Logo : Staff from Exmouth Tesco complete the challenge
3 : Ivie Isla MayDay Run 30 5 21 4 : Ivie and Isla complete their MayDay Mile
4 : Des White MayDay Run : Exmouth RNLI Fundraising Chair completes 201 miles
Despite Covid restrictions, Exmouth RNLI have reported a ‘very successful’ RNLI MayDay Mile Campaign for 2021.
1 : Budleigh Lions Cert of Appreciation 1 : Exmouth RNLI Lifeboat Operations Manager, Ian Taylor, received the Award from Budleigh Salterton Lions President, Richard Allen. Credit : John Thorogood / RNLI
Exmouth RNLI have been awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by the Budleigh Salterton Lions Club.