Give it a go: Beachcombing Read more
23 February 2018
Give it a go: Beachcombing
Mermaid’s purses, pelican feet, hag stones – would you recognise these on the beach? Beachcomber and RNLI volunteering champion Debbie Corke gives us her tips for coastal finds

By James Dwyer
 The mark of a
lifesaver: 9 RNLI-inspired tattoos Read more
26 January 2018
 The mark of a lifesaver: 9 RNLI-inspired tattoos
Our volunteers give up their time and energy to help keep people safe around the coast. And some give up a part of their body to show their dedication to the charity - with an RNLI tattoo.

By James Dwyer
10 RNLI resolutions for 2018 Read more
11 January 2018
10 RNLI resolutions for 2018
From a 10-year-old’s first visit to Ireland to a photographer’s wish to get back into kayaking, it’s shaping up to be a year of dedication, perspiration and inspiration!

By Anna Burn
Children
lost to drowning: Turning heartbreak into action Read more
1 January 2018
Children lost to drowning: Turning heartbreak into action
For most of us, it’s impossible to imagine how it must feel to lose a child to drowning. Sadly, it’s a feeling far too many parents are familiar with.

By Nikki McMullen
Alex Ellis-Roswell: The long journey home Read more
24 November 2017
Alex Ellis-Roswell: The long journey home
In August 2014, Alex Ellis-Roswell left his home to walk around the entire coast of UK and Ireland to raise money for the RNLI. Three years later, he is finally returning home.

Meet Kim - the mermaid saving lives in Portsmouth Read more
31 October 2017
Meet Kim - the mermaid saving lives in Portsmouth
As a child, Kim Dugan wanted to be a mermaid. Now that she’s senior lifeguard, crew member and one of the stars of Saving Lives at Sea, Kim’s practically living the dream.

By Bethany Hope
6 Blue Peter moments we
made earlier Read more
12 October 2017
6 Blue Peter moments we made earlier
Fifty years ago, the very first Blue Peter lifeboats went to their new homes. As this much-loved children’s TV show turns 60 this month, we delve into the RNLI archives to celebrate half a century of flying the flag together.

By Philly Byrde
The
RNLI and me: Guy Martin Read more
10 October 2017
The RNLI and me: Guy Martin
Motorcycle racer and TV star mechanic Guy Martin had barely dried out from our sea survival pool when we nabbed him for a chat.

Chris Walker, Tower Read more
3 October 2017
Chris Walker, Tower
The nature of the river and the city means that things are done slightly differently on the Thames, but the RNLI spirit remains the same, as Helm Chris Walker explains.

Surf lifesaving: Creating lifesavers through
sport Read more
25 September 2017
Surf lifesaving: Creating lifesavers through sport
How one RNLI lifeguard used his passion and skill at surf lifesaving to save a boy’s life.

By James Dwyer
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