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      LONG SERVICE AWARDS FOR KINGHORN RNLI VOLUNTEERS (13/06/2016) more...
        Two volunteer RNLI crewmembers have been recognised with long service awards, with 50 years of service between them.

      DISABLED SPEEDBOAT ASSISTED NORTH OF COCKENZIE (05/06/2016) more...
        Kinghorn RNLI lifeboat crew was called out to assist a broken down speedboat North of Cockenzie on Saturday afternoon.

      RNLI MAYDAY COASTAL CHALLENGE COMPLETED (07/05/2016) more...
        Nearly 60 people took part in the inaugural RNLI Mayday Coastal Challenge on Saturday, walking up to 14 miles between Leven and Kinghorn, and raising ?8,000 in the process.

      HAVE A BREW WITH THE CREW AT KINGHORN LIFEBOAT STATION (19/04/2016) more...
        Have a Brew With The Crew at Kinghorn Lifeboat Station

      SPRING BURSTS FOR KINGHORN RNLI (21/03/2016) more...
        Kinghorn RNLI Lifeboat volunteers had a busy start to spring, with two callouts on Sunday.

      MULTI AGENCY RESCUE SAVES TWO LIVES IN FORTH (30/12/2015) more...
        A multi-agency search was launched in the Firth of Forth this morning for two missing stand-up paddle boarders, resulting in the saving of two lives.

      KINGHORN LIFEBOAT STATION 2015 REVIEW (27/12/2015) more...
        Kinghorn RNLI lifeboat has had a busy 2015, with the volunteer crew attending over 40 callouts, and also marking 50 years of service during their golden anniversary celebrations.

      KINGHORN RNLI NEW YEAR DOOK (23/12/2015) more...
        Kinghorn RNLI Lifeboat Station is looking forward to a bracing New Year when they hold their fifth annual Kinghorn Loony Dook on 1st January 2016.

      SPEEDBOAT TOWED BY KINGHORN RNLI (01/11/2015) more...
        Kinghorn RNLI Lifeboat crew were called out on Sunday afternoon following a mayday call from a 15 foot speedboat which had got into difficulty south of Inchkeith Island.

      GOLDEN GHOSTS AT KINGHORN RNLI (01/11/2015) more...
        Kinghorn lifeboat volunteers have just completed their annual Spooky Walks as part of fundraising for the RNLI charity, raising £2,300.

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