Tide Times & Heights for Lyme Regis on Sunday, 18 October 2020 Low Tide: 01:29 (0.20m) High Tide: 08:20 (4.50m) Low Tide: 13:49 (0.20m) High Tide: 20:38 (4.70m) If you or someone else is in difficulty at the coast dial #999 and ask for the Coastguard
Large 'spring' tides are forecast today. Before heading on a coastal walk you should #BeBeachSafe and check the tide times to make sure you don't get cut off, which can have fatal consequences #999Coastguard https://t.co/zpI1WsrO3L
Be aware of big spring tides this weekend, which could easily cut you off, even hours before high tide. Tonight in #Looe the sun sets at 6.21 pm with high spring tide around 7pm and at 7.40 pm Sunday Please #BeBeachSafe, watch your exits and follow our top tips. #respectthewater https://t.co/8rc1ammLm9
Large tides are forecast this weekend. Before heading on a coastal walk you should #BeBeachSafe and check the tide times to make sure you don't get cut off, which can have fatal consequences.
BIG TIDES this weekend 🌊🏊♀️🚣🏄♀️🚶♀️🚶🏖️ #BeBeachSafe #FloatToLive @RNLIWestKirby @HoylakeRNLI @RNLINewBrighton @RNLI @WirralCouncil nice new signs 👍 @imaginewirral #Wirral @WestKirbyToday @LivEchonews @WIRRALGLOBENEWS @BBCNWT @GranadaReports @bbcmerseyside @snellyradio https://t.co/SjQc959Ik0 https://t.co/pWzQYcNzHp
If you're taking advantage of our lovely coastlines, please check tide times in advance. Not all beaches are the same. Tidal ranges differ from beach to beach. Please #BeBeachSafe #RespectTheWater. Check tide times here: https://t.co/AB7SmPPYEW @RNLI @WHITBYRNLI https://t.co/5ATivrzFIf
RNLI lifeboat crews remain on call to save lives at sea 24 hours a day. If you're heading to the coast, please follow public health rules and guidance on outdoor meetings and social distancing. ☎️ In an emergency, dial 999 for the Coastguard #BeBeachSafe and #RespectTheWater 👇 https://t.co/xWt5nCThoB