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A service was held at All Saints Church, Porthcawl and at the memorial plaque in the rocks at Sker Point over the weekend in memory of those lost at Sker seventy years ago. Porthcawl’s combined
Ken Lewis an RNLI volunteer fund raiser has decided to retire from active service due to mobility issues after almost 40 years of representing the charity particularly in the Maesteg area. During his time with
Figures released by the RNLI today show Porthcawl RNLI crew were again Wales' busiest inshore lifeboat station during 2016 in terms of callouts. Porthcawl crew launched 80 times, rescuing 45 people and saving 7 lives.
Porthcawl RNLI volunteer crew were paged by UK Coastguard at 16:05 Wednesday 15th March following reports that a female horse rider was injured at Sker Beach, Kenfig Sands. Both the D class lifeboat, ‘Jean Ryall’,
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