Sheringham Lifeboat Station

Sheringham has celebrated nearly 170 years as a lifeboat station. Operating as an inshore lifeboat station, it was the first station to receive a B class Atlantic 75 lifeboat.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Sheringham Lifeboat Station

5.03pm 6 November 2020
10.18am 28 September 2020
1.48am 24 September 2020
9.36pm 17 September 2020
2.00pm 13 September 2020
7.18pm 7 September 2020
7.14pm 3 September 2020
4.01pm 30 August 2020
2.00pm 12 August 2020
6.59pm 22 July 2020
3.20pm 18 July 2020
5.35pm 28 June 2020
1.37pm 27 August 2019
4.06pm 18 August 2019
2.35pm 4 August 2019
5.39pm 28 July 2019
5.45am 15 July 2019
6.06pm 23 June 2019
11.46pm 16 December 2018
3.43pm 21 September 2018

Today's weather

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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

Sheringham Lifeboat Station
The Promenade
Sheringham
Norfolk
NR26 8ZZ

Station phone number

01263 823212

Visiting times

10am–4pm daily

Visitor contact

Mr B Farrow

Visitor contact phone number

01263 823212

Lifeboat station shop hours

January-March
Monday-Saturday
11.00am-3.00pm
Sunday
11.00am-1.00pm

April-December
Monday-Saturday
10.00am-4.00pm
Sunday
11.00am-4.00pm

The shop is run by volunteers so opening times may vary slightly. People making a special journey should ring ahead to check the exact opening times that day.

Shop phone number

01263 823212

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News and media from Sheringham Lifeboat Station

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Bring the crew home safe this Christmas

Volunteer lifeboat crews are busier than ever. The risks they face are greater. The costs to keep them safe are rising. But income is falling. Can they and their families count on your kindness this Christmas?