St Agnes Lifeboat Station

St Agnes Lifeboat Station

St.Agnes Station was formed in 1968 and until 2015 the lifeboat was provided by the viewers of the BBC Children’s television programme Blue Peter, and was always named Blue Peter IV. The current lifeboat was provided by the Jaguar Enthusiasts' Club and is called XKalibur. The lifeboat crews have been honoured over the 50 years' service of the station and have received seven awards for gallantry.
St Agnes Lifeboat Station

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from St Agnes Lifeboat Station

4.00pm 25 November 2019
3.38pm 25 November 2019
3.38pm 25 November 2019
3.31pm 25 November 2019
3.31pm 25 November 2019
3.27pm 25 November 2019
3.27pm 25 November 2019
2.42pm 25 November 2019
2.42pm 25 November 2019
4.09pm 23 October 2019
2.04pm 14 October 2019
11.48am 14 October 2019
5.54pm 4 August 2019
3.37pm 31 July 2019
8.51pm 23 July 2019
3.54pm 21 July 2019
3.49pm 21 July 2019
3.49pm 21 July 2019
10.44am 11 July 2019
11.57am 3 July 2019

Today's weather

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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

St Agnes Lifeboat Station
Trevaunance Cove
Quay Road
St Agnes
Cornwall
TR5 0RY

Station phone number

01872 553987

Visiting times

By appointment only

Visitor contact

Paul Kimberley 

Visitor contact phone number

01872 553987

Shop hours

Easter to end of October
Open

November to Easter
Closed

Shop phone number

01872 554364

News and media from St Agnes Lifeboat Station

New stats reveal south west RNLI volunteers are busier than ever over Christmas
Article People
New stats reveal south west RNLI volunteers are busier than ever over Christmas
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RNLI urge people to stay safe during large surf forecast
D-class lifeboat in large surf
Article Rescue
RNLI urge people to stay safe during large surf forecast
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St Agnes RNLI launch to recover a dog who'd fallen down cliff
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Article Rescue
St Agnes RNLI launch to recover a dog who'd fallen down cliff
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Dog recovered after falling off a 200 foot cliff at Portreath
Article Animals
Dog recovered after falling off a 200 foot cliff at Portreath
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