Seahouses RNLI Lifeboat Station, Seafield Road, Seahouses, Northumberland NE68 7SH. Tel: 01665 720370

Seahouses RNLI Lifeboat Station

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We are still recruiting boat (Especially Inshore Lifeboat) and shore crew, and volunteer shop staff. Live/work or holiday accommodation near the station ? Call Stephen on 07799 091300 ! We need YOU !
There will also be a vacancy for a Volunteer Lifeboat Operations Manager in July. Details on request or visit the RNLI Website.

Award for Seahouses Lifeboat Crew Member

On Tuesday 1st June 2021, Seahouses RNLI Lifeboat Operations Manager Ian Clayton presented Crew Member Julie Harris with a Certificate of Excellence in Volunteering, on behalf of the RNLI and Seahouses Lifeboat Crew. Julie has carried out the role of Station Training Co-ordinator, and has worked tirelessly to arrange all of the recent crew training at the station. Seahouses was the only RNLI Station to have received a new Shannon Class All Weather Lifeboat during the pandemic lockdown, which arrived on station on 18 October last year. Thanks to Julie's efforts, including many hours in the planning, the crew were graded as competent by the end of December, to operate the new craft. The old Mersey Class boat was then withdrawn, and RNLB John and Elizabeth Allan became the station's operational lifeboat. Due to the amount of required training, this was a considerable achievement.

Operations Manager Ian Clayton commented, "The station owes Julie a tremendous debt of gratitude for her amazing organisational skills and efforts, which have got the crew to a position where we are now. No one should underestimate the time and effort that she has put in, and she rightly and justly received a powerful round of applause from her appreciative crew colleagues at her presentation."

999 Multi Agency Community Safety Day at Seahouses Lifeboat Station
RNLI - Northumbria Police - UK Coastguard - British Divers Marine Life  Rescue
Special thank you to 10yr old Scarlet Davidson of Beadnell who painted rocks and pebbles with safety messages to be placed along our coastline.

RNLI Water Safety Volunteers Lynsey Carr and Iain Saunders presented her with a certificate, RNLI Teddy and other gifts in recognition of her efforts