Eastbourne Lifeboat station

Eastbourne Lifeboat Station

Established in 1822, Eastbourne Lifeboat Station is located in Sovereign Harbour. Notable events include taking part in the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from Dunkirk in 1940 and being awarded 10 medals for gallantry.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Eastbourne Lifeboat Station

4.50pm 19 April 2019
1.16pm 17 April 2019
9.50pm 9 April 2019
9.30pm 9 April 2019
1.16am 7 April 2019
1.09am 7 April 2019
9.36pm 2 April 2019
3.25pm 31 March 2019
9.52pm 28 March 2019
3.01pm 26 March 2019
12.54am 25 March 2019
12.51am 25 March 2019
7.10am 23 March 2019
10.36am 22 March 2019
7.29pm 21 March 2019
3.25pm 12 March 2019
12.24pm 10 March 2019
12.21pm 10 March 2019
2.21pm 5 March 2019
2.01pm 28 February 2019

Today's weather

17°C Cloudy
Min: 11°C Max: 17°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Eastbourne Lifeboat Station
Sovereign Harbour
Pevensey Bay Rd
East Sussex
BN23 5BJ

Station phone number

01323 470206

Accessibility

Parking

Visiting times

By appointment only

Visitor contact

Mark Sawyer

Visitor contact phone number

01323 470206

Shop

There is also an RNLI shop in Eastbourne, for more details, please visit the shop page.

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News and media from Eastbourne Lifeboat Station

Eastbourne Lifeboat evacuates injured crewman from tanker
RNLI logo
Article Rescue
Eastbourne Lifeboat evacuates injured crewman from tanker
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RNLI Eastbourne scrambled to assist kayakers
Eastbourne lifeboat locates kayaker in rough seas
Article Sea safety
RNLI Eastbourne scrambled to assist kayakers
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Morris Men’s donation to Eastbourne Lifeboats
Morris Men performing in Eastbourne
Article Fundraising
Morris Men’s donation to Eastbourne Lifeboats
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Tina’s lights shine for Eastbourne lifeboats
Tina with Father Christmas, lifeboat coxswain and crew
Article Fundraising
Tina’s lights shine for Eastbourne lifeboats
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