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RNLI 4m
When a sailor was injured & breaking waves were forcing them towards rocks, they were in need of help. As they were prepared they were able to use a VHF radio to call for help. launched and were able to keep in contact with the sailor to locate them quickly.
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A stunning photo taken by of Troon’s Trent class lifeboat heading back to the harbour as the sun sets in the background.
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RNLI 2h
Replying to @RachaelSammon
Hi Rachael Thank you interest in our campaign, if you email the team direct on RTW@rnli.org.uk with details where you are wishing to fly the flag, they will endeavour to help with your request and can discuss a donation with you.
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RNLI 2h
Our lifeguards are always building on their lifesaving skills. They carry out regular training including casualty care so that they can help those in need.
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RNLI 4h
Replying to @guymartinracing
Thanks for your support sharing this, Guy!
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Guy Martin Racing Jun 19
The has launched its campaign to help people stay safe around the coast and they want everyone to learn a simple skill: to
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RNLI 4h
Drowning is one of the highest causes of accidental death in children in the UK. We support and are working with to run free sessions for kids aged 7-14. Book a place:
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RNLI 5h
During the summer, a day exploring the coast is difficult to beat. We've put together some activity ideas to explore and how to enjoy them safely
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RNLI 5h
Sailing is great fun but sometimes things can go wrong. So it's important that you're prepared, just in case. Those on board a 14m yacht were, so when they ran aground they were able to call for the assistance of
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RNLI 6h
This brilliantly created model of by will be auctioned off at the station's lifeboat day on the 14 July. Half of the proceeds will be donated to the station - thanks for the support 👍
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Replying to @SHHSFederation
Thanks for having us :) we're glad the children enjoyed learning about how to
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STV News 23h
WATCH: STV News reporter takes the plunge to learn about cold water shock with the – ‘It takes your breath away’
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RNLI 7h
Replying to @pentprimary
Our pleasure, thank you for having us :)
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RNLI Jun 19
Great to see lifeguards and working with the helicopter from Newquay. They worked through a number of different scenarios to make sure they are always ready to
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RNLI Poole Lifeboats Jun 18
The new boathouse looking all smart at night with the boats now in. When the pagers sound we have option to turn the lights red which helps the crews with night vision when heading out into darkness.
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The Lifeboat Station Project Jun 18
Thank you to the crew member who caught this moment of deep concentration with this evening — trying to guess when the gusts would calm down so I could remove the lens cap! 🌪😣🌪
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RNLI Jun 19
Replying to @HumbiePrimary
Looking great!
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RNLI Jun 19
With only minutes to get there, Silloth lifeboat faced a race against time to get to Caroline, who was stranded at sea on the roof of her car. Read more from the crew members involved and Caroline about an experience that will live with her forever
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RNLI Jun 19
These two friendly faces are lifeguards Luke Lane-Prokopiou and Summer Hurrell. They recently rescued three kayakers who capsized in big surf. They were closely monitoring while they were out and quickly on hand to help when they got into trouble
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Norfolk Fire Service Jun 19
Today we're at The Riverside in Norwich, we're working with the , Coastguard and the Police to deliver an RNLI water safety campaign. We're teaching staff from the local venues how to use "throwlines" to be able to assist people who fall in to the water.
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