The Lifeboat is one of
around 60 independent Lifeboats set up around the country, who
are not part of the RNLI and receive no funding from them,
although we do work together on exercises and call-outs.
sub menus you will find all the information about the station,
including photos of the crew and the Lifeboat currently on
station, as well as a history of the station and also of the
call-outs that we have attended.
The next call-out could come
at any time, day or night, and the crew will always attend,
whether they are at home or in work. Our crew come from all
walks of life, we have students, a mechanic, a postman, a computer consultant
and also a finance manager on the crew.
We currently have over 20 crew members who are trained to the
highest possible standard, so that when the call comes in, they
will respond in the best possible way.
What a brilliant Day greatest respect for the Swansea City all Stars end result was! well we gave them a chance and they lead 9-0 until the 90th minute then the... referee decided to end the game just as the Lifeboat Crew guests and the Garden village Under 15's were getting warmed up to score some goals. Some great performances from Lifeboat team players Jo Falconer, Robbie the GK Kevin Dalling Tom Rix and GV under 15's Goal keeper Aled Bistun who took some cracking saves in the second half.
Ok the big result at the end of the day we raised in total including £300 Lloyds TSB £150 Matthew Bound a grand total of £1,264.68p towards the Go Felix Fund well done all who came along bought raffle tickets programs and also took part in the Auction. Big thank you once more to Garden Village Club for donating the free use of West Wales league Pitch and facilities. James Thomas Lee Trundle Jazz Richards Cameron Medwin and the Guys a big Thank you from us all and to all those who came to watch.
In an Emergency Dial 999 ask for the Coastguard
At 19:36 tonight Loughor Inshore Rescue Lifeboat were paged by Milford Haven Coastguard to two persons cut off by the tide and climbing into a tree or hedge to ...get out of the water. At 19:49 Both Lifeboats were launched in search of the two casualties Loughor Mobile Coastguard and Burry Port mobile were in attendance along with RAF 169 who plucked the two person out of the bushes where the Lifeboat had located them and returned them both to the Ash tips car park and handed over to Loughor Mobile Coastguard. All Lifeboats were then stood down and returned to station where they were both washed down and back on service by 20:30
South Wales Police : Heddlu De Cymru first on scene.