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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

Email: katherine.ncga@hotmail.co.uk

Affiliated member of the Coastguard Association

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We will collect information about you use of this web site by analysis of customer traffic, including using "cookies" (see below)

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The information gathered by Google Analytics helps us to improve our site and tailor it to our website users needs.

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