The Lifeboat is one of
around 47 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. On the
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.
A Really BIG THANK YOU to Reeco Rees and lovely wife Claire Rees (Reeco's Soccer School)
for their valuable donation of £700 towards the running of the Loughor Inshore Rescue lifeboat.
From the Coxswain Trustee's and Crew a really big thank you once more.
Always thinking of others this man should be in the Queens honours list.
A very big Thank you to HR Jones of Clydach Iron Mongers for their very generous donation of neoprene gloves for the Lifeboat Crew of Loughor Owner Mark Evans is in the centre of picture. Thank you once more. Photo by John Edwards.
Thursday 27th June at Tre Uchaf Open day 10-2pm
Join us on Saturday 6th July 2013 at Parc Y William Loughor 12-5pm for a Fun Day with Loughor Town Council.
Also the same day the Annual Festival of the Tides Penclawdd from 1pm till late Saturday 6th July 2013 where we will be providing Safety Boat cover for the Raft Race
In an Emergency Dial 999 ask for the Coastguard
27th April 2014
At 02:01 The crew of the Loughor Inshore Rescue were paged by Swansea MRCC to a Vulnerable person on Loughor Road Bridge. On attending the Lifeboat Station the person had climbed back ver the railings to the safety of South Wales Police. The Crew were then stood down.
Services involved Swansea MRCC South Wales & Dyfed Powys Police and Loughor Inshore Rescue.