Celebrating 100 years of service
The Lifeboat Station is situated on the north Norfolk coast beside the village of Happisburgh. Celebrating 100 years as a lifeboat station, today Happisburgh operates Inshore D-Class and Atlantic 75 Lifeboats from our site at Cart Gap.
Our new souvenir shop is open daily from 10am to 4pm staff permitting. They now accept most credit & debit cards, ideal for that impulse gift. A warm welcome awaits you.
*Notice* Norfolk Coast from Sheringham to Winterton
We are currently experiencing high tide levels on the Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex Coasts, this is due to a combination of spring tides and a tidal surge. In addition there are gale force winds expected which may cause large waves and sea spray. The forecast high water is due at Cromer on 13 January 2017 at 6:45pm. This warning is in force until 9pm today. The predicted astronomical tide level is 2.41 m AODN. The forecast surge height is 1.57 m. The forecast tide level is 3.98 m AODN. The forecast wind direction is North West. The forecast wind strength is force 8. The Environment Agency is monitoring the situation closely, working alongside partners including the Met Office and local authorities.
Thinking of joining us and volunteering for the RNLI as boat crew, shore crew or shop staff then download the brochure and visit us on station.