About NCI Froward Point

 

Extensive information is available on our dedicated website – see Home page

The site has several sections including the following – with links to take you directly there.

About usYou can scroll through the 180 degree panorama of the view out to sea from the watchstation – with features identified together with their bearings.
Team historyWhat it took to get the watchstation up and going from scratch.
Site historyThe history of the site: the WW2 Brownstone Battery and Coleton Camp Radar Station
Friends of Froward PointA small army of volunteer Friends of Froward Point which organises a number of worthwhile projects and events, raising funds for the Station and arranging social activities.
NewsNews items specific to NCI Froward Point.
Live weatherLive readings from the on-site weather station provide valuable information for anybody planning to go to sea in the area. A live webcam also gives a good indication of the cloud cover and visibility.
MembersWatch schedules and other news and information items for members only. A user name and password is needed to visit this section.

About

Currently 56 NCI stations are operational and manned by over 2500 volunteers keeping watch around the British Isles from Rossall  Point in the North West, through Wales, to the South and East of England to Hornsea in the East Riding of Yorkshire. 

NCI watchkeepers provide the eyes and ears along the coast, monitoring radio channels and providing a listening watch in poor visibility. They are trained to deal with emergencies offering a variety of skills and experience, and full training by the NCI ensures that high standards are met.

Contact


General enquiries
0300 111 1202

Media enquiries
0845 460 1202


[email protected]


17 Dean Street, Liskeard,
Cornwall, PL14 4AB