Lifeguards from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) will be on duty in Denbighshire for the first time this summer. Starting in May, two beaches will be patrolled by a new seasonal lifeguard service run in partnership between the RNLI, the charity that saves lives at sea, and Denbighshire County Council. For many years the […]
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The Director of Community Lifesaving and Fundraising for the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution), Leesa Harwood, recently visited Rhyl lifeboat station on a fact-finding visit to North Wales. Full Press Release
The owners of Rhyl’s Cob & Pen public house were talking to some of the crew as they met after a lifeboat exercise.The subject of crew training came round to the crew’s use of video equipment on the boat. Full Press Release
New IB1 ILB D770 “Mary Maxwell” arrived on station to take up active duties. D700 “Bobby’s Boat” returned to the relief fleet. See ILB 2015 services page for details
After many years of stagnation, Rhyl’s harbour has been revitalised due to the new pontoons and iconic bridge. Full Press Release
The officials, officers, fundraisers and crew at Rhyl RNLI lifeboat station were saddened today to hear of the passing of their chairman, Eric davies, JP, BEM.
Mr. Eddie Hamill retired as Deputy launching Authority. The crew would like to thank him for his many years of service.
Darrel Graham was awarded his 20 years’ service badge and certificate at the dinner, held at Rhuddlan Golf Club on Saturday 1st March. Full Press Release
The widow of Mr. John Stuart Cooke, a local funeral director from the nearby village of Bodelwyddan, called to Rhyl RNLI station recently to present a generous donation to Rhyl station volunteers. Full Press Release