Entries by RNLI Admin

A Big Band Night

Don’t miss out on our next event which is The Spectrum Wind Band concert on 2nd December at Malborough Village Hall. Spectrum are a 35 piece band and will be joined by our very own Salcombe Larks and Salcombe Jazz Trio for a night of big band music including a few Christmas hits. Tickets are […]


Beach Rugby

The sun shone on the ‘Salcombe Gin Beach Touch Rugby’ last Thursday. It may be non-contact, but play was as competitive as ever with as many teams as we’ve ever seen. With razor sharp referees for the afternoon, there was never a call for a VAR decision! The event raised more than £4,000 for Salcombe […]


Love Your Park Event.

RNLI Salcombe and Kingsbridge Fundraisers had a fun day out at the ‘Love Your Park’ event in Kingsbridge last Sunday. With the team looking to educate and encourage people to join the Fundraising Crew, it was time well spent. Of special interest to many was the information available on water safety, of particular interest at […]


Kingsbridge Estuary Boat Club visit.

RNLI Salcombe and Kingsbridge Fundraisers welcomed members of the Kingsbridge Estuary Boat Club this week, for a tour of the Salcombe Lifeboat station. KEBC members were following up on an invitation extended to them, during a recent talk given by members of the lifeboat crew, at the club’s headquarters. If you would like to join […]


A Weekend of Song in Salcombe.

The London Welsh Male Voice Choir toured to Salcombe in support of Salcombe RNLI Lifeboats giving a formal concert in Holy Trinity Church on Friday evening attended by nearly 200. Following this they entertained the locals with pint in hand at the Kings Arms. On Saturday night they gathered at the Barn at South Milton […]


Shakespeare Comes To Salcombe

During a visit to Salcombe recently, students from Niagara University U.S.A. gave two performances of their version of ‘Shakespeare’s As You Like It with Song.’ The events organised by the ‘The Live Literature Performance Company’ took place at Cross Gardens with the amazing Salcombe Harbour as a backdrop. With some fifty people attending each performance […]