How to cheat at H2Only
How to cheat at H2Only
Feature  |  21 September 2016
How to cheat at H2Only
Don’t give up! If you’ve taken on our H2Only challenge, we’ve got some tips to see you through to the bitter end - whether you’re an H2Only winner or an H2Only sinner.  

By Nikki McMullen
Photo: RNLI/Nathan Williams
'I don't want to die' Read more
Rescue  |  16 September 2016
'I don't want to die'
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.

By Anna Burn
All hands to the pump Read more
Rescue  |  8 September 2016
All hands to the pump
With a small angling boat rapidly taking on water in the North Sea, it took the combined skills of three lifeboat crews to save the vessel and the eight men onboard.

By Philly Byrde
H2Only: 9 tipping points to keep you on the water Read more
Feature  |  6 September 2016
H2Only: 9 tipping points to keep you on the water
Water, water everywhere – and that’s all you’re allowed to drink. For 10 days. Could you do it in aid of the RNLI? 

By Rory Stamp
The
18-hour rescue mission Read more
Rescue  |  2 September 2016
The 18-hour rescue mission
When Islay lifeboat crew launched to a yachtsman in treacherous seas and force 11 winds, they couldn’t have known that their courage would result in a life saved that night - or a Medal for Gallantry.

By Jasmin Downs
RNLI and me: James Cracknell Read more
Feature  |  26 August 2016
RNLI and me: James Cracknell
The athlete, adventurer and TV presenter explains why he respects the water - and the RNLI’s lifesavers.

By Rory Stamp
From collection tins to contactless: 8 RNLI fundraising innovations Read more
Feature  |  12 August 2016
From collection tins to contactless: 8 RNLI fundraising innovations
Since the RNLI was founded in 1824, lifesavers have depended on donations to keep our seas safe. With fundraisers across the UK and Ireland testing new ideas for nearly 200 years, here’s what we’ve learned along the way.

By Philly Byrde
The biggest
danger we face? It’s losing touch with you Read more
Feature  |  4 August 2016
The biggest danger we face? It’s losing touch with you
From 1 January 2017, we will only contact you if you’ve said we can, or ‘opted in’.  Here’s why your continued support is vital to the future of lifesaving.

By Laura Rainbow
Jade Cohen, Brighton Read more
Feature  |  3 August 2016
Jade Cohen, Brighton
If you’ve been watching the BBC documentary Saving Lives at Sea, you’ll already know Jade Cohen - a volunteer crew member onboard Brighton’s Atlantic 85 inshore lifeboat, and the station’s volunteer Press Officer.

By Laura Rainbow
Cold-water shock: A bolt from the blue Read more
Feature  |  3 August 2016
Cold-water shock: A bolt from the blue
As Summer approaches many of us head to the sea, but the temperature of the water can shock you, as Olympian Shirley Robertson discovers.

'I don't want to die' Read more
Rescue  |  16 September 2016
'I don't want to die'
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.

By Anna Burn
All hands to the pump Read more
Rescue  |  8 September 2016
All hands to the pump
With a small angling boat rapidly taking on water in the North Sea, it took the combined skills of three lifeboat crews to save the vessel and the eight men onboard.

By Philly Byrde
H2Only: 9 tipping points to keep you on the water Read more
Feature  |  6 September 2016
H2Only: 9 tipping points to keep you on the water
Water, water everywhere – and that’s all you’re allowed to drink. For 10 days. Could you do it in aid of the RNLI? 

By Rory Stamp
The
18-hour rescue mission Read more
Rescue  |  2 September 2016
The 18-hour rescue mission
When Islay lifeboat crew launched to a yachtsman in treacherous seas and force 11 winds, they couldn’t have known that their courage would result in a life saved that night - or a Medal for Gallantry.

By Jasmin Downs
RNLI and me: James Cracknell Read more
Feature  |  26 August 2016
RNLI and me: James Cracknell
The athlete, adventurer and TV presenter explains why he respects the water - and the RNLI’s lifesavers.

By Rory Stamp
From collection tins to contactless: 8 RNLI fundraising innovations Read more
Feature  |  12 August 2016
From collection tins to contactless: 8 RNLI fundraising innovations
Since the RNLI was founded in 1824, lifesavers have depended on donations to keep our seas safe. With fundraisers across the UK and Ireland testing new ideas for nearly 200 years, here’s what we’ve learned along the way.

By Philly Byrde
The biggest
danger we face? It’s losing touch with you Read more
Feature  |  4 August 2016
The biggest danger we face? It’s losing touch with you
From 1 January 2017, we will only contact you if you’ve said we can, or ‘opted in’.  Here’s why your continued support is vital to the future of lifesaving.

By Laura Rainbow
Jade Cohen, Brighton Read more
Feature  |  3 August 2016
Jade Cohen, Brighton
If you’ve been watching the BBC documentary Saving Lives at Sea, you’ll already know Jade Cohen - a volunteer crew member onboard Brighton’s Atlantic 85 inshore lifeboat, and the station’s volunteer Press Officer.

By Laura Rainbow
Cold-water shock: A bolt from the blue Read more
Feature  |  3 August 2016
Cold-water shock: A bolt from the blue
As Summer approaches many of us head to the sea, but the temperature of the water can shock you, as Olympian Shirley Robertson discovers.

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