Archive for category: News

  • ‘I don’t want to die’

    ‘I don’t want to die’

    News September 20, 2016 5:16 pm no comments

    ‘I don’t want to die’ 16 September 2016 On one of the hottest weekends of the summer, when seven lives were tragically lost around our coast, it was a different story on Littlehampton Beach. Where river meets sea, standing waves are an ominous threat to anyone in a small boat. […]

     
  • New boat naming ceremony 3pm Saturday 10th September

    New boat naming ceremony 3pm Saturday 10th September

    Coming events, News September 5, 2016 11:13 am no comments

    Our new Atlantic 85 lifeboat arrived on station in May, and has since launched on service to 21 incidents. On Saturday, she will be formally handed over to the RNLI by friends of Renée Sherman, whose legacy funded the cost of the boat and after whom she will be named […]

     
  • BBC South Today live broadcast from Littlehampton

    BBC South Today live broadcast from Littlehampton

    News, Uncategorized May 14, 2016 9:52 am no comments

    The BBC’s regional news programme South Today will be broadcast live from Littlehampton RNLI lifeboat station on Wednesday 18 May at 6:30pm. All of the usual features will be included, co-ordinated from a mobile studio aboard a double-decker bus, parked on Fisherman’s Quay. The programme will celebrate the arrival of […]

     
  • The latest on our new Atlantic 85 lifeboat

    The latest on our new Atlantic 85 lifeboat

    News April 25, 2016 5:31 pm no comments

    For those as excited about our new boat as we are, here are a few more pictures. These show the final stages of the build process at the RNLI Inshore Lifeboat Centre in Cowes. B-891 Rennee Sherman is in the final stages of her fit-out and commences sea trials next […]

     
  • April Shout Round-up

    April Shout Round-up

    Call Reports, News April 25, 2016 5:09 pm no comments

    So far in April, Littlehampton RNLI have been called out to two incidents. The first was on Saturday 2nd April at 12:42pm when a dinghy with a man onboard became stuck on the bar just west of the harbour entrance. The D-Class Ray of Hope was paged and the dinghy […]