2021 was another busy year for RNLI lifesavers, who were powered to the rescue by your kindness. Thanks to your support there are people who were only able to celebrate Christmas because they were saved by RNLI volunteers.

Through ferocious storms, rough seas, cold nights and the heat of summer, our lifesavers were involved in many dramatic rescues. Watch our 2021 rescue compilation to see some of the highlights from another year of saving lives at sea.


First event of 2021.

The branch are attending the “The Most Spectacular Day Out in The North” June 25th-28th. The Yorkshire Motorsport Festival.

If attending the event please call and see us and  collect your “Goody Bag” We are located by the Beach Area.

Pennine Sailing Club. Water Safety Talk.

Tuesday August 10th. 4pm -6pm The branch are giving an Educational Talk on Water Safety to the Kidz Week at the Pennine Sailing Club.

Open Meeting. Honley Liberal Club. Tuesday, August 17th 7 15pm.

Honley Liberal Club Cuckoo Ln, Honley, Holmfirth HD9 6AS

Is situated at the junction of School Street & Cuckoo Lane

After 90 years of fundraising in the local area, we are now a little thin on the ground to support local events. Do you think you could spare an hour or two of your time occasionally? If the answer is yes, we would like to see you at this event for a chat

Honley Show Centenary.

The branch are attending the:- Honley Show Centenary Event
September 18th 2021
Honley Cricket Club and Recreation Ground
Where it all started on August 27th 1921Honley Show Centenary

Scholes Brownies. Water Safety Talk.

The branch are giving an Educational Talk on Water Safety to the Scholes Brownies, Monday October 18th.

Meltham Makers Market.

Our branch member Penny will be at this event Saturday Nov 13th.


Honley Christmas Together.

The branch is excited to get some normality returning this Christmas.  The Honley & Brockholes R.N.L.I. will be on the cobbles outside the Parish Church gates on Church Street, Saturday December 4th. with the Christmas Cards, Diaries, Calendars etc that you have not been able to obtain at the coast owing to the RNLI shops being shut to protect the crews, and to keep our boats operational in what has been our busiest year on record. You may also win a hamper.


Becoming part of your local fundraising team could offer you an opportunity to improve your CV, meet new people, learn new skills or just have fun with fundraising in your community.
Some of our team members have been volunteering for many years, some just join us for a few months – whatever their commitments allow. Do you want to volunteer in your local community?
Do you want to have fun assisting at fundraising events and activities, but prefer to be a team player rather than a team leader?
If so, joining our fundraising team may be just the fit for you!
As a volunteer fundraiser you should enjoy meeting and talking to people, or want to develop these skills, and want to be an ambassador for the RNLI in the local community.