Float To Live... do you know how?
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Welcome to Community Safety at Gravesend Lifeboat Station.
Located at the end of Royal Terrace Pier, Gravesend Lifeboat Station maintains a 24 hour rescue service to help those in distress on the River Thames.
The community safety team at Gravesend are committed to raising awareness of water safety around the areas of Gravesend and Dartford. We are part of the RNLI’s goal to half the number of accidental coastal deaths by 2024. Sadly around 190 people lose their lives at UK and Irish Coasts each year, and over half never even planned to enter the water.
If you love being by or on the water read on to find out the best ways to stay safe. If you are a community group and would like an input on how to stay safe on or near water then we want to hear from you!
Join us for a Community Safety Volunteer recruitment evening at Gravesend Lifeboat Station Thursday 20th September. Would you like to do something rewarding? Would you like to give something back to the Community? Would you like to be part of our great...
This role will help us save lives at sea by promoting RNLI community safety messages to local target audiences in the RNLI’s bid to reduce the number of preventable deaths and incidents that occur within the local coast and inland waterway environment. Location...
Float to Live: If you're in trouble in cold water: Fight your instinct to thrash around Lean back, extend your arms and legs If you need to, gently move your arms and legs to help you float Float until you can control your breathing Only then call for help...
Would you like our Community Safety Team to attend your event or meeting to offer free safety advice?
If so than please email us and one our team will contact you, alternatively please complete the contact form.