RNLI Appledore Lifeboat Station

Appledore Lifeboat Station

Situated on the north Devon coast, Appledore Lifeboat Station operates an all-weather Tamar class lifeboat and an inshore B class Atlantic 85 lifeboat. Lifeboat crews have been presented with 30 RNLI awards for gallantry and 4 foreign medals.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Appledore Lifeboat Station

3.17pm 16 October 2017
7.34pm 22 September 2017
3.54pm 20 September 2017
1.42pm 17 September 2017
7.16am 8 September 2017
2.51am 4 September 2017
2.31am 4 September 2017
3.50pm 3 September 2017
3.43pm 3 September 2017
3.43pm 3 September 2017
1.54pm 31 August 2017
1.46pm 28 August 2017
2.20pm 25 August 2017
10.24pm 23 August 2017
2.59pm 21 August 2017
8.02am 21 August 2017
4.15pm 20 August 2017
12.26pm 17 August 2017
2.05pm 15 August 2017
6.22pm 5 August 2017

Today's weather

17°C Overcast
Min: 13°C
Max: 17°C
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Next tide

Tue 24 Oct
High: 9:12am 8.5m
Low: 3:02pm 1.8m
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Jubilee Road
Appledore
North Devon
EX39 1SB

Station telephone number

01237 473969

Station opening hours

Monday-Friday - 9am-3pm

Saturday - 10.30am-2pm throughout the Summer

Sunday - 11am-3pm from late Spring and throughout the Summer

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News and media from Appledore Lifeboat Station

£1M fund helps local volunteer learn lifesaving skills
Article Lifeboats
£1M fund helps local volunteer learn lifesaving skills
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£1M fund helps local volunteer learn lifesaving skills
Article Crew training
£1M fund helps local volunteer learn lifesaving skills
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Life saved following major sea search and rescue involving Appledore RNLI
Article Sea safety
Life saved following major sea search and rescue involving Appledore RNLI
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RNLI in south west urges people to put safety first ahead of Easter holidays
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Article Rescues
RNLI in south west urges people to put safety first ahead of Easter holidays
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