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New Lifeboat For Filey

New Lifeboat For Filey

Filey RNLI lifeboat station launches a new inshore lifeboat Date: 27/01/2010 Author: Ellie Doyle, Volunteer Lifeboat Press Officer Filey RNLI lifeboat station has taken delivery of a new IB1-type D-class lifeboat, which has been funded by a generous legacy to the charity. The lifeboat, which was built and fitted out at the RNLI’s Inshore Lifeboat […]

Busy Year For Flamborough Lifeboat

2009 one of the busiest years on record for Flamborough RNLI lifeboat. Date: 25/01/2010 Author: Jane Heaton, Volunteer Lifeboat Press Officer Flamborough RNLI experienced one of its busiest years ever with a total of 40 launches during 2009 compared to 24 in 2008. RNLI crews in the North of England rescued 961 people and launched […]

2009 – Busiest Year On Record For Local RNLI

2009 – Busiest Year On Record For Local RNLI

2009 busiest year on record for RNLI lifeboat crews in the north of England Date: 25/01/2010 Author: Alison Levett, Divisional Media Relations Manager Sunderland RNLI crew send out an SOS (Credit RNLI/Adrian Don) As figures are released today (Monday 25 January) showing volunteer Royal National Lifeboat Institution crews in the north of England had their […]

Whiteheads Chip Shop Of Hornsea Supports RNLI

East Yorkshire chippy backs RNLI SOS Day Date: 22/01/2010 Author: Alison Levett, Divisional Media Relations Manager A popular Hornsea fish and chip restaurant is supporting the Royal National Lifeboat Institution’s biggest annual fundraising day with activities including a sponsored chip eating competition. Whitehead’s fish and chip restaurant will also be running a lifeboat sweepstake in […]

RNLI Fundraising – Get A Text Everytime Your Local Lifeboat Is Launched

RNLI Fundraising – Get  A Text Everytime Your Local Lifeboat Is Launched

Get a text alert every time your local lifeboat launches

Date: 08/10/2009

Author: Joanna Quinn, Public Relations Officer

RNLI supporters can now receive a text message to their mobile phones every time their local lifeboat goes out.