200th Birthday Congratulations to the R.N.L.I. March 2024

4th March 2024

On March 4th 1824 Sir William Hillary’s vision for a service dedicated to saving lives at sea, entirely funded by donations from the public, became a reality. Originally called The Royal National Institution for the Preservation of Life from Shipwreck it adopted the shorter, and now more familiar, format The Royal National Lifeboat Institution, in 1854. We are very proud of our son, Edward, who has been volunteering in Lymington since he turned 18.

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An Impressive Silver Gilt Racing Trophy Presented by John Attwood M.P. as Prize for Yachts Not Exceeding 35 Tons at the Lyme Regis and Charmouth Regatta in 1846 and Made by Hunt and Roskell
This fine trophy is of lidded cup form with design inspiration clearly having been derived from the Warwick Vase. The piece combines typical neoclassical form, vine leaf...
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Prince Philip's Tour of Duty Album, Goes on Sale in Lymington - The Herald
An  astonishing photo album compiled by a member of the Royal Yacht Britannia crew on Prince Philip\'s solo round-the-world cruise in 1959 recently went on sale in...
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