New Brighton Lifeboat Station

New Brighton Lifeboat Station

Established in 1863 and located in the bustling seaside resort of New Brighton, the station operates a B class Atlantic 85 lifeboat. The crews have been presented with a remarkable 48 awards for gallantry.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from New Brighton Lifeboat Station

10.55am 25 February 2021
4.29pm 17 February 2021
10.17pm 4 February 2021
5.39am 22 January 2021
3.18pm 26 December 2020
6.05am 22 December 2020
12.00pm 20 December 2020
7.08pm 19 December 2020
7.57pm 13 December 2020
4.05am 28 November 2020
5.08am 15 November 2020
2.56pm 14 November 2020
9.33am 9 November 2020
4.42am 8 November 2020
4.31am 8 November 2020
10.24pm 6 November 2020
9.48pm 4 November 2020
4.17pm 3 November 2020
5.13pm 26 October 2020
2.05pm 25 October 2020

Today's weather

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Min: 5°C Max: 10°C
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While our lifeboat stations remain operational and are continuing to launch to those at peril at sea, they are not currently open to visitors. 

Visitor information and facilities

Station address

New Brighton Lifeboat Station
Kings Parade
New Brighton
Wirral
CH45 2ND

Station phone number

0151 6398000

Visiting times

Visits are subject to volunteer availability and may be arranged by appointment. 

Shop hours

Easter-Christmas

Shop phone number

0151 639 8000


News and media from New Brighton Lifeboat Station

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Boxing Day rescue for RNLI New Brighton
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RNLI New Brighton rescue kite surfer in trouble
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RNLI New Brighton receive early Christmas present from Father Christmas
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RNLI Hoylake lifeboat ‘Edmund Hawthorn Micklewood’ launches after a personal locator beacon (PLB) alert was triggered.
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Bring hope, even on the darkest days

Coronavirus has delayed crucial crew training and lifeboat maintenance. A kind donation from you could help keep our crews safe and ready to rescue. Will you give us hope this spring?