Padstow Lifeboat Station

Padstow Lifeboat Station

The new lifeboat station at Padstow was completed in July 2006 and the new Tamar Lifeboat Spirit of Padstow was placed on service shortly after. The station was officially opened by RNLI Chairman, Sir Jock Slater in September 2006.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Padstow Lifeboat Station

1.18pm 25 May 2020
4.40am 22 February 2020
8.29am 7 December 2019
10.16am 4 December 2019
9.16am 4 October 2019
6.55pm 29 September 2019
4.22pm 17 September 2019
5.39pm 1 September 2019
3.42pm 2 August 2019
3.46pm 30 July 2019
7.59pm 23 July 2019
1.37pm 10 July 2019
5.44am 25 June 2019
6.54pm 17 May 2019
3.05pm 22 April 2019
2.19am 21 April 2019
2.10pm 16 April 2019
2.32pm 27 March 2019
10.36am 19 March 2019
5.02pm 30 December 2018

Today's weather

15°C Rain
Min: 13°C Max: 15°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Padstow Lifeboat Station
Trevose Head
Mother Iveys Bay
Padstow
Cornwall
PL28 8SL

Station phone number

01841 520667

Accessibility

Parking

Visiting times

10am-4pm weekdays

Caution: The access to Padstow station is limited due to the steep 101 steps down a cliff.

Visitor contact

Please call the station directly.

Visitor contact phone number

01841 520667

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News and media from Padstow Lifeboat Station

Padstow lifeboat volunteer receives award for half a century of service
Peter Poole holding his vellum award
Article People
Padstow lifeboat volunteer receives award for half a century of service
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RNLI urge people to stay safe during large surf forecast
D-class lifeboat in large surf
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RNLI urge people to stay safe during large surf forecast
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RNLI volunteer hangs up his lifejacket after five decades of service
Peter Poole operating the winch for the last time
Article Lifeboats
RNLI volunteer hangs up his lifejacket after five decades of service
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