Father's Day Little Lifesavers
This Father's Day, our little lifesavers have a message for anyone considering a trip to the beach
Sunday 21 June is Father's Day, and, if the weather is nice, many of us will be heading to the beach to celebrate the day. If you are heading to the coast, it's important you know how to stay safe. Who better to give you some safety advice than our little lifesavers? Not only are they super knowledgable about staying safe at the seaside, they are also the sons and daughters of RNLI lifesavers!
With there being less lifeguard patrols than normal, it's more important than ever you know how to keep your family safe this summer. Find out where your nearest lifeguarded beach will be this summer and visit the beach safety pages for more information on how you can protect your family.
Being the children of lifesavers means they know about the sacrifice and dedication it takes to volunteer for the RNLI. That's why your support now is more important than ever. The easing of the lockdown will see thousands head to the coast and our crews are already starting to get busy. By making a donation, you can make ensure that our lifesavers are ready to race to the rescue to anyone in need.