St bees Lifeboat Station

St Bees Lifeboat Station

Lifeboat crews at St Bees have been saving lives at sea since 1970 and received six awards for gallantry. The station operates a B class Atlantic 85 lifeboat.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from St Bees Lifeboat Station

9.55pm 22 December 2017
6.07pm 14 November 2017
9.47pm 19 October 2017
9.24am 16 September 2017
8.25pm 26 July 2017
3.50pm 23 July 2017
11.37am 8 June 2017
2.15pm 2 April 2017
4.41pm 12 March 2017
9.38pm 12 February 2017
1.50pm 4 January 2017
6.39pm 2 December 2016
1.58pm 7 November 2016
7.36pm 6 November 2016
12.49pm 15 September 2016
9.15pm 14 September 2016
10.10am 13 September 2016

Today's weather

4°C Snow
Min: 2°C
Max: 4°C
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Next tide

Tue 16 Jan
Low: 5:39pm 0.5m
High: 11:30pm 2.3m
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

St Bees Lifeboat Station
The Promenade
St Bees
CA27 0ES

Station phone number

01946 822534

Accessibility

Parking, disabled parking

Visiting times

Visitors are welcome by appointment.

Email St-Bees@rnli.org.uk
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Call the station on during training, which usually takes place on Tuesday evenings from 6pm.

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News and media from St Bees Lifeboat Station

2017 a good year at St Bees RNLI
Tractor and lifeboat launching into the surf on one of the eighteen shouts during 2017
Article Rescues
2017 a good year at St Bees RNLI
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New Years Day dip raises £370 for St Bees RNLI
St Bees volunteers getting ready for the dip in the Irish Sea
Article Fundraising
New Years Day dip raises £370 for St Bees RNLI
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Soup sandwiches and a good crack.
Lifeboats from St Bees, Workington and Silloth as well Maryport Resuce arrive at Whitehaven Harbour
Article Events
Soup sandwiches and a good crack.
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St Bees lifeboat station carols raise over £650.
Santa’s Elves and the St Bees Guild collecting the entrance fees
Article Fundraising
St Bees lifeboat station carols raise over £650.
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