Before heading out on the water ...
• get trained
• check weather & tides
• wear a lifejacket
• avoid alcohol
• keep in touch
Ask for the Coastguard
Disclaimer: This website represents Newquay Coastguard and Newquay Coastguard Association, it is not an official site of HM Coastguard or the Coastguard Association
Newquay Coastguard Association Committee Members
Chairman: Dave Bulley
Vice-Chairman: Andrew MacCreadie
Treasurer: Dan Hatfield
Almoner: Phil Emery
Secretary: Katherine MacCreadie
Newquay Coastguard Association
Treloggan Industrial Estate
Newquay TR7 2SX
Contact: Katherine MacCreadie
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