Enjoy a Coastal Swim This Christmas Day

Christmas Day Swim

Taking a dip in the sea on Christmas Day has become something of a tradition for many coastal dwellers up and down the country. If you decide to swap sitting around the open fire gorging on mince pies and mulled wine for the great icy waters outdoors this Christmas, here are some essential tips to

Guy Martin Coastal Cycling Challenge

Guy Martin Bicycle Speed Record

Motorcycle racer and TV presenter Guy Martin is in the midst of a coastal cycling challenge that he hopes will break a world record. He set out on 5 December to cycle 4,802 miles around the British coastline. His aim is to achieve the challenge in 20 days, arriving back home on Christmas Day. The

Tsunami Risk to UK Higher Than Anticipated

tsunami uk

Tsunami risk is not something that we would typically associate with Britain; however, scientists believe that the threat of this occurring around our shores is much stronger than we might have originally anticipated. New research has discovered that undersea landslides may put the UK at higher risk of tsunamis than previously considered. This could have

RNLI Film Aims to Win Over Supporters

From the start of next year, the RNLI will be the first major charity to switch to an ‘opt in’ approach to communication with it supporters. To encourage more people to continue to opt in to RNLI’s marketing communications, the charity has created a short film that tells the tale of a man whose life

Storm Angus Marks the Start to the Stormy Season

The first major storm of the season recently came hurtling to the shores of the UK. Storm Angus battered the south coast, where it did most of its damage, before moving in a northerly direction towards the Midlands, East Anglia and Wales. Gusts of almost 100mph were recorded off the coast of Brighton, with waves