RNLI Walton and Frinton’s Tamar class all-weather lifeboat, Irene Muriel Rees 16-19, at sea

Walton and Frinton Lifeboat Station

There has been a lifeboat station at Walton and Frinton for over 130 years. The lifesaving achievements of crew members have been recognised by the RNLI 75 times. Today’s crew operate a Tamar class all-weather lifeboat.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Walton and Frinton Lifeboat Station

4.35pm 19 May 2017
7.11pm 10 May 2017
5.38am 6 April 2017
1.25pm 2 March 2017
12.09pm 29 January 2017
4.23pm 28 November 2016
12.12am 19 September 2016
3.54pm 16 September 2016
3.34pm 15 September 2016
3.33pm 15 September 2016
3.53pm 4 September 2016
4.22pm 29 August 2016
8.13am 19 August 2016
4.52pm 15 August 2016
12.00pm 15 August 2016
5.36pm 14 August 2016
11.41am 14 August 2016
5.02pm 11 August 2016
12.11pm 31 July 2016
1.24pm 29 July 2016

Today's weather

19°C Cloudy
Min: 12°C
Max: 19°C
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Next tide

Tue 23 May
Low: 3:50am 0.5m
High: 10:16am 3.7m
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Walton and Frinton Lifeboat Station
The Parade
Walton
Essex
CO14 8EA 

Station phone number

01255 675650

Visiting times

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

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