Littlehampton Lifeboat Station

Littlehampton Lifeboat Station

The modern Littlehampton Lifeboat Station was established in 1967, and is located on the east side of the River Arun. It was home for 49 years to succesive lifeboats named Blue Peter 1, funded by viewers of the children's BBC television programme. These days, the station is equipped with an Atlantic 85 lifeboat and D-Class inshore lifeboat.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Littlehampton Lifeboat Station

10.19pm 3 July 2019
10.19pm 3 July 2019
2.49pm 30 June 2019
6.55pm 29 June 2019
5.59pm 27 June 2019
6.50pm 21 June 2019
11.34pm 11 June 2019
11.25pm 11 June 2019
1.20pm 5 June 2019
1.14pm 5 June 2019
12.50pm 26 May 2019
12.34pm 26 May 2019
6.30am 7 May 2019
3.25pm 1 May 2019
8.56pm 23 April 2019
2.50pm 23 April 2019
4.31pm 21 April 2019
10.59pm 3 April 2019
2.19am 7 March 2019
8.31am 4 March 2019

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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Littlehampton Lifeboat Station
Fisherman's Quay
Littlehampton
West Sussex
BN17 5BL

Station phone number

01903 715351

Accessibility

Parking, disabled parking, disabled access

Visiting times

The station is open most days, 10am-4pm. This may be curtailed during periods of bad weather.

Shop hours

10am-4pm

Shop phone number

01903 724296

News and media from Littlehampton Lifeboat Station

Littlehampton RNLI launched to tow stricken yacht near rocks at Bognor
The picture is of the Littlehampton RNLI lifeboat Renee Sherman with four crew on board
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Littlehampton RNLI launched to tow stricken yacht near rocks at Bognor
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Bank holiday weekend shout for Littlehampton RNLI
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Bank holiday weekend shout for Littlehampton RNLI
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Littlehampton RNLI rescues stranded yacht
Both Littlehampton lifeboats attended the shout (stock photo)
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Littlehampton RNLI rescues stranded yacht
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Stranded dog rescued by Littlehampton RNLI.
D Class Ray of Hope at sea
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Stranded dog rescued by Littlehampton RNLI.
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