Welcome To Our Recently Refreshed Website

Welcome to our recently refreshed website, we hope you enjoy reading it.


Our website has been specifically designed to give you,the reader, an insight into our busy lifeboat station and its activity associated with saving lives off the coasts of the Wirral peninsula,  an area blessed with golden sands and blue flag beaches.


It is also an interactive tool for you to contact us directly with any relevant enquiries should you need to do so.


Our station and crew personnel are all volunteers and do not get wages for their activity but are happy to put in a terrific amount of hard work and time to keep our station functioning.


Our only source of income is from voluntary donations and the RNLI receive NO government funding to fund any of the lifesaving activity undertaken in UK coastal waters.


Please don’t hesitate to get in touch using the interactive links if you have any questions regarding our activity and please remember to respect the water.


Enjoy your browsing.Kind Regards


Tony Jones
New Brighton Lifeboat Station Chairman.

New Brighton Lifeboat Station has reopened

The station reopened on Monday 8th August operating its Atlantic 85 lifeboat.

It is intended that the station will remain in operation until the end of the summer at which time a full review of operational activity and crew availability will be carried out by management.

You will now be able to contact the station personnel by email via the Contact Page of this website.

Experienced swimmer caught by RIP current and trapped in groyne at New Brighton

The swimmer was trapped in the groyne further along to the right of this picture – lifeboat is returning to base after the beach based crew carried out the rescue.

At just after 9:00pm last night the pagers fired following a report that yells for help from a swimmer who was trapped in the groyne by the New Brighton lighthouse had been heard. Continue reading