The Old Lifeboat House, opposite St Cuthbert's Isle, has been restored and officially opened.
As part of Peregrini Lindisfarne Landscape Partnership's suite of restoration projects the work has been carried out with the support £1.37million of Heritage Lottery Funding. It now contains interpretation boards telling the story of lifeboat rescues.
The lifeboat house was officially opened on Friday by Jane Crossman, daughter-in-law of Lady Rose Crossman, who was a major benefactor on Holy Island.
Before cutting the ribbon, Mrs Crossman thanked all the volunteers "who have done so much in order to make this a fantastic part of Holy Island."
At the opening, Dick Patterson, from the Holy Island of Lindisfarne Community Development Trust, said: "It's 50 years since our lifeboat was taken out of service by the RNLI. The memories have faded a bit but I think this might revive the memories of the lifeboat crews, men and women and the 10 lifeboats that have been stationed on the island."
Watch the video of the opening here
Image top right (from left to right):
Dick Patterson, Chair of Holy Island of Lindisfarne Community Development Trust stands with Jane Crossman (daughter-in-law of the late Lady Rose Crossman) and Ellen Creighton from the Heritage Lottery Fund