Seven year old Katie Burke has designed a flavour of Italian ice cream (gelato) to be made and sold at Antonio’s in the Strand, Exmouth to raise money to save lives at sea. Katie was announced the winner on 23…Read more
Exmouth RNLI’s volunteer lifeboat crew and fundraisers welcomed His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent to their lifeboat station this afternoon (Thursday 19 March).
During the visit, the Duke who is the President of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI),…Read more
55 years following his rescue by Torbay lifeboat, Exmouth Lifeboat Fundraising Team volunteer Speaker, Brian Cole is set to receive an award for his dedication to the Institution. A Gold Badge will be presented to Brian at the charity’s AGM…Read more
The dependable Exmouth Lifeboat Outside Events team have attended five events in the local community within 10 days. In total, Fundraising volunteers have generated £1,300 to help fund saving lives at sea in Lyme Bay.
The annual Exmouth Lifeboat Fundraising…Read more
On Thursday 11 December, shop and fundraising volunteers gathered at Exmouth lifeboat station for the presentation of six long-service awards. Two 10-year and four 20-year framed certificates were awarded to the committed volunteers.
This year’s annual shop get-together was attended…Read more
Crew volunteers at Exmouth RNLI were tasked three times on 13 November within the Exe estuary. Both Exmouth lifeboats launched in difficult stormy conditions – Force 8/9 South/South Easterly winds.
A call to the Coastguard from the member of the…Read more
Shannon class lifeboat R and J Welburn launched at 7.44pm on 9 November to reports of a broken down fishing boat 10 miles south of Lyme Regis. The 26 tonne vessel with two people on board had mechanical failure and…Read more
The 2014 Lifeboat Ball which took place on 4 October at the Exmouth Pavilion, amassed £5,040.16 through ticket sales, raffle and a prize auction. The successful event was organised by a committee of Exmouth RNLI Crew volunteers’ wives and girlfriends.…Read more
Fundraiser Alex Ellis-Roswell, 21 is walking around the coast of Great Britain to raise money for the charity that saves lives at sea. His challenge began on 3 August at Margate and on 1 November, departed Exmouth RNLI walking westwards.…Read more
For the second time in six weeks, thieves have caused costly damage to the charity’s lifeboat station on Queens Drive in Exmouth. Taking place overnight on 2 November, no money was taken and the boathouse has now been secured.