RNLI Blyth Lifeboat Station

Blyth Lifeboat Station

Since it was established in 1826, Blyth Lifeboat Station has been presented with 16 awards for gallantry, and operated both all-weather and inshore lifeboats. Today, the station operates two inshore lifeboats: a D class and a B class Atlantic 75.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Blyth Lifeboat Station

7.51pm 8 March 2017
12.06pm 17 February 2017
12.05pm 17 February 2017
2.19pm 13 January 2017
2.17pm 13 January 2017
2.16pm 13 January 2017
11.35pm 23 December 2016
3.50pm 6 November 2016
6.08pm 19 October 2016
4.48pm 18 October 2016
4.47pm 18 October 2016
3.30pm 12 September 2016
8.17pm 23 August 2016
10.52am 19 August 2016
8.48pm 1 August 2016
3.17pm 21 July 2016
1.43pm 2 July 2016
2.03pm 26 June 2016
1.36pm 24 June 2016
1.31pm 24 June 2016

Today's weather

13°C Rain
Min: 10°C
Max: 13°C
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Next tide

Wed 29 Mar
High: 5:14pm 5.5m
Low: 11:42pm 0.3m
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Blyth Lifeboat Station
Quay Road
Blyth
Northumberland
NE24 3PA

Station phone number

01670 352201

Accessibility

Parking, disabled parking, disabled access

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News and media from Blyth Lifeboat Station

Blyth RNLI on training exercise, diverts to sand dune fire
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Blyth RNLI on training exercise, diverts to sand dune fire
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Blyth RNLI on training exercise, diverts to sand dune fire
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Blyth RNLI on training exercise, diverts to sand dune fire
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Blyth RNLI crew respond to request for assistance from small fishing vessel
Dotty Dee under tow by RNLI Blyth B Class Lifeboat entering the piers to Blyth Harbour
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Blyth RNLI crew respond to request for assistance from small fishing vessel
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Blyth RNLI tow casualty vessel to South Harbour Blyth
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Blyth RNLI tow casualty vessel to South Harbour Blyth
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