Charles Cooper Henderson


Two new articles available - Charles Cooper Henderson at Dunkirk and its Restoration as Caresana, click on link

Dungeness Lifeboat 'The Morrell'


Returning home after a training exercise on 23 July 2016


Photo by Steve Duncombe

Dungeness Lifeboat 'The Morrell'


Coming ashore after a training exercise on 23 July 2016


Photo by Steve Duncombe

Dungeness Estate


View showing the unique open landscape and remote buildings on the Estate


Photo by Shirley Johnson

Dungeness Estate


View showing the unique open landscape and remote buildings on the Estate


Photo by Shirley Johnson

Dungeness Lifeboat 'The Morrell'


Preparing to launch on exercise, 23 July 2016


Photo by Steve Duncombe

Dungeness Lifeboat 'The Morrell'


A low tide launch for the exercise on 23 July 2016


Photo by Steve Duncombe

Dungeness Lifeboat 'The Morrell'


Ready for recovery after the exercise on 23 July 2016


Photo by Steve Duncombe

Dungeness Beach


A lone boat on the beach with fishermen and Dungeness Lifeboat Station in the background


Photo by Shirley Johnson

Lifeboat Station Project


Jack Lowe at Dungeness during his travels to visit all 238 RNLI lifeboat stations in the UK and Ireland to photograph them, in order to preserve a vital aspect of our island nation’s culture for generations to come.

Dungeness Lifeboat Open Day - August 2016


'The Morrell' passing by a large crowd at speed during its display


Photo by Sarah Hewes

Dungeness Lifeboat Open Day - August 2016


The crowd on the beach enjoyed the display by 'The Morrell' at high tide


Photo by Sarah Hewes

Dungeness Lifeboat Open Day - August 2016


'The Morrell' demonstrating its maneuverability and how quickly it can stop


Photo by Sarah Hewes

Derek Jarman - Prospect Cottage


A popular destination for many visitors to Dungeness


Photo by Shirley Johnson

Coastguard Rescue Helicopter


Passing over Littlestone Lifeboat Station at Emergency Services Day 2015


Photo by Sarah Hewes

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Brian Wilkinson, Volunteer Shop Crew member outside the lifesaving shop at Dungeness
with the other Shop Crew members below

Carol Ann Jarman Alan Bromage Susan Scott
Carol Ann Jarman Alan Bromage Susan Scott
Volunteer Shop Manager