Archive for category: News

  • 65 rescue missions for Littlehampton RNLI in 2015

    65 rescue missions for Littlehampton RNLI in 2015

    Loms' Picks, News February 2, 2016 4:40 pm no comments

    Official figures released by the RNLI charity on 27th January show that 2015 was a busy year indeed for Littlehampton’s volunteer lifeboat crews. Collectively, Littlehampton launched Blue Peter 1 and Ray of Hope on 65 rescue missions to a wide range of incidents including commercial fishing vessels in trouble, adrift […]

     
  • Four people on broken down boat assisted in rough seas

    Four people on broken down boat assisted in rough seas

    Call Reports, News July 20, 2015 4:16 pm no comments

    On Sunday 19th July at 1:19pm Littlehampton RNLI were paged by the coastguard to assist a leisure craft with four crew onboard. The vessel had suffered engine failure and was drifting on rough seas in force 6 winds. The station’s Atlantic 75 Blue Peter 1 lifeboat was already at sea on a training exercise with […]

     
  • Vacancy – Community Safety Officer

    News July 14, 2015 4:46 pm no comments

    The RNLI is rolling out a programme to reduce preventable loss of life at sea and on the coastline, and has created a role to manage the programme in targeted areas around the country.  The RNLI is seeking an ideal candidate to become the Community Safety Officer to co-ordinate the […]

     
  • Have you got what it takes to be an RNLI Lifeguard?

    Have you got what it takes to be an RNLI Lifeguard?

    News March 18, 2014 10:26 pm no comments

    Have you got what it takes to be an RNLI Lifeguard in Kent or Sussex this summer season? or may know someone who could be? If so, click the following link. http://www.itv.com/news/meridian/update/2014-03-12/video-have-you-got-what-it-takes-to-be-a-lifeguard-in-kent-or-sussex/

     
  • Littlehampton RNLI Chairman Peter Cheney

    Littlehampton RNLI Chairman Peter Cheney

    News, Uncategorized January 12, 2014 4:40 pm 1 comment

    We have to bring you some sad news. Many will have heard that last week we lost a major figure in the history of our lifeboat station. When the RNLI decided to re-establish a lifeboat station in Littlehampton, it was to Peter Cheney that they turned. The previous station had been […]