A woman had to be extracted by the RNLI hovercraft from near Hilbre Island in West Kirby after she slipped on rocks.
This on-board footage shows what it is like for RNLI crews to smash through large waves during a storm.
Emergency services descended on a Wirral beach to rescue three females that were trapped waist deep in mud.
RNLI Hoylake was tasked by the UK Coastguard to two casualties who were stranded in a small inflatable dinghy
Coastguard teams from Wirral, Flint and Crosby responded to reports to reports of a person stuck waist deep in mud.
When the Coastguard spoke to the casualties it transpired that they’d gone out to Hilbre to watch the Blood Moon.
RNLI lifeboat volunteers on training recovered a man from the water after spotting him displaying the distress signal
Wirral coastguard and West Kirby RNLI were called to Thursaston beach to reports that three people were in the water with a distressed horse
RNLI New Brighton shore and lifeboat volunteers briefly abandoned training to aid a small group of up to four teenagers whose early evening kick-around in New Brighton
Wirral coastguard reported to the RNLI that a male was about to be cut off by the tide at the sea defence.