On 30 May, Exmouth RNLI volunteers ran a successful coffee morning at the Public Hall in Budleigh Salterton. £623.44 was raised in two and a half hours with the RNLI merchandise stall taking an extra £140.05.
Exmouth’s ‘First & Last’ Pub in Church Street, Exmouth recently donated £90 following a fundraising campaign for the local RNLI.
The campaign, brainchild of Landlord, Mark Williams, saw the pub donate 50p from every pint of their own locally brewed…Read more
The Exeter University Students Guild Wilderness Medicine Society recently donated £150 to Exmouth RNLI following an outreach session to learn about water safety.
The event was organised and delivered by RNLI Lifeguards from Exmouth. Several students from the Society, whose…Read more
It’s ‘vote while you shop’ time at your local Tesco and we’re very pleased to announce that Exmouth RNLI is one of the charities you can vote for as part of the Tesco ‘Bags of Help’ Groundwork initiative that grants…Read more
8am this morning, Wednesday 15th May, saw the start of an arduous 100 mile trek along the whole of the Jurassic Coast by Tom Taylor and Matt Broxton to raise awareness and funding for the RNLI.
Both are full time…Read more
Last month, signs were installed on Exmouth Marina swing bridge, promoting the charity that saves lives at sea’s safety campaign. Sailors leaving the Marina will be reminded to wear a lifejacket and a kill cord, at all times.
Concerned Exmouth…Read more
A well supported Exmouth RNLI “Mayday Funday” Fundraiser raised over £1100 for the local lifesaving charity on Sunday 5 May 2019 at the Lifeboat Station in Queens Drive, Exmouth.
The event, part of the national RNLI Read more
Exmouth RNLI volunteer Tour Guide, Des White, successfully completed his 42nd Marathon by finishing the London Marathon yesterday, Sunday 28th April 2019 and raising over £500 in sponsorship for the RNLI.
Des, giving an account of his amazing experience, said…Read more
Inshore lifeboat George Bearman II launched on Saturday 20 April at 2.07pm. A 65-year-old woman was suffering hip injuries at Dawlish Warren and needed pain relief urgently. Shore crew volunteers also attended a lady with chest pains, at the time…Read more