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**Coronavirus Update:**

**Coronavirus Update:**

As most people will be aware the UK goverment has stepped up their advice towards the current outbreak. In line with this advice, the RNLI has taken steps to reduce risk to the permanent staff, volunteers and the public. With immediate affect the station is only open...

Stuart marks 20-years with Whitstable Lifeboat

Stuart marks 20-years with Whitstable Lifeboat

A Whitstable Lifeboat Crewmember has been awarded with a 20-year service badge to mark his two decades with the station. Stuart Enderby was presented with his award by Vice-Admiral Sir Tim Lawrence, Chairman of the RNLI's Operations Committee during their visit to the...

Million-pound training fund helps local lifesaver learn vital skill

Million-pound training fund helps local lifesaver learn vital skill

A recently recruited volunteer crew member at Whitstable RNLI lifeboat station has had a vital part of their crew training funded by Lloyd’s Register Foundation. Jim Ashby, from Whitstable, recently travelled to the RNLI College in Poole, Dorset, to complete the...

From Photography Fan to Lifeboat Man

From Photography Fan to Lifeboat Man

People become lifeboat crew for many reasons, but for one Whitstable man, it was an interest in Victorian photography that led him to join the RNLI! Richard Monje, a 40-year-old railway worker, was inspired by The Lifeboat Station Project, photographer Jack Lowe’s...

Golfers get into the swing to support Whitstable Lifeboat

Golfers get into the swing to support Whitstable Lifeboat

Canterbury Golf Club ladies and senior sections got into the swing of things and have raised a total of £7000 for the Whitstable RNLI Lifeboat, with members visiting the station on Friday for a tour and cheque presentation. Lady Captain, Fran Fearn, said, “Senior...

Stormy Stan the Lifeboat Man meets Harbour Market Traders

Stormy Stan the Lifeboat Man meets Harbour Market Traders

Stormy Stan the lifeboat man popped out from Whitstable Lifeboat Station on Sunday morning to the other end off the harbour to meet traders from the Whitstable Harbour Market and to present a certificate of thanks for the monies raised at Christmas events around the...