In the interest of public health, 9 toilets will re-open in North Norfolk
Date published: 19th February 2018
Lifeguards on our beaches are essential in supporting the RNLI to reduce the number of people who drown at the coast, and to help keep people safe by providing essential local safety advice to the thousands of holidaymakers who visit north Norfolk every summer.
RNLI lifeguards patrol over 240 beaches around the UK and Channel Islands, including north Norfolk’s Blue Flag beaches, Sea Palling, Mundesley, Cromer, East Runton, West Runton and Sheringham and Seaside Award winner, Wells. At the forefront of the RNLI’s lifesaving work, they saved 127 lives and helped 20,538 people in 2016. Successful applicants receive world-class training in search and rescue, lifesaving and casualty care techniques, as well as developing transferable skills.
Find out more about how you can make a difference and apply to be part of this amazing lifesaving teams at summer jobs at the RNLI or search for #BestSummerJob on Facebook and Twitter.
Last updated: 7th January 2019