Royal National Lifeboat Institution in Cromer

Over 200 Years and Still Saving Lives

There has been a lifeboat service operated from Cromer for two centuries and the volunteer crews at Cromer have gained a record of gallantry stretching back to the beginnings of the RNLI.

The Station has three different locations, the famous Pier-head Lifeboat Station, the ‘old’ lifeboat house at the foot of the Gangway and the Henry Blogg Museum.

This museum has already won awards both for its architecture and for it’s content; a very child-friendly display, the prime exhibit being the Cromer Wartime Lifeboat, HF Bailey, which served at the Pier from 1935 to 1945 and was the lifeboat of the famous Henry Bloggs.