Colin Plummer – Coxswain
Colin is currently the longest standing member of crew still serving on the boat.
Colin has just recieved his second Queens Jubillee Medal.
Paul Francis – Second Coxswain
Paul, or Ginge works in the local area as
a telephone engineer and is a RYA Powerboat Instructor.
Wayne Ellis – Helm
Wayne is nicknamed Dribbley for a reason only known by other members
of the crew. He joined the service at 14 and was a member of the Junior Crew
before moving up to full crew and now helm. He works for the NHS.
Andrew ‘Bloggsy’ Smith – Help
Andrew has been on the crew for several years.
He currently works for the NHS.
Phil Beck – Crew
Phil has a very experienced background in watersports
including surf kayaking.
He lives in the village with his wife and children.
Jason O’Toole – Crew & Mechanic
Jason works in and around the village for his gardening business.
Lowie Simon – Crew
Lowie works for a local haulage firm as a class 1 HGV driver
and has been on the crew for over 2 years.
He is the current holder of the bent prop award.
David Haynes – Crew & Mechanic
Nick Alexander – Chairman & Shore Crew
Nick is a farmer by trade and ex-Coxswain of the Lifeboat.
Nick stood down from Coxswain in November 2009 to spend more
time with his young family, but still plays a very active part
in the service as crew and Chairman.
Helen Heywood – Operational Administrator
Pam Tidd – Secretary
Pam has played very active part in the crew for many years
and does a very good job of keeping all of the crew in line at crew meetings
Georgia Burt – Junior Crew
Rhiannon Warby – Trainee Crew
Jack Hudson – Junior Crew
Krysrtle Cremin – Junior Crew
Owen Hudson – Trainee Crew
Anthony Bravery – Trainee Crew
Darren McKnespiey – Trainee Crew
Tony Coleman – Shore Crew
Scott Cullum – Shore Crew
Timon Bradley – Probation