The Skegness WebCam picture below is brought to you by Skegness RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution) and BBC.co.uk.
The camera is set on top of the Skegness Royal National Lifeboat Institution tower looking across the Skegness beach.
The Skegness WebCam updates every 10 minutes (when it’s running).
The Skegness WebCam pans across the beach and sometimes points towards Bottons Pleasure Beach, sometimes you’ll see their big wheel.
When I was around 12 years old I was on holiday in Skegness, Ingoldmells (caravanning on the Eastgate caravan site) and I went out from Ingoldmells beach in a two man dingy and the current caught me! From the beach I could be seen on the horizon and the Skegness life boat had to be called out to get me, apparently a life boat had broken down so it took some time to pick me up.
So thank you very much Skegness Lifeboat team for saving me when I was about 12 years old (27 years ago). Feel free to make a donation at RNLI Donations Page, as a charity with no money from the UK government they need every penny they can get for saving idjiots like me who manage to get washed out to sea on a sunny day :) Imagine what might have happened had they not had a backup boat (or whatever they used that day), you’d not have this awesome Skegness Attractions website to peruse!
Just as soon as the wife sorts some good Skegness images, we have hundreds :)