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Angle Lifeboat Station

Angle Lifeboat Station

For nearly 140 years, Angle has launched its all-weather lifeboat down a slipway into the waters of Milford Haven. It is one of 21 stations that operate a slipway-launched lifeboat. The station also has an inshore D class lifeboat.

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Recent launches from this station

Date Time
29/07/2016 14:25
23/07/2016 19:16
22/07/2016 20:45
21/07/2016 12:53
19/07/2016 19:53
18/07/2016 17:59
14/07/2016 11:39
10/07/2016 00:25
01/07/2016 15:54
26/06/2016 13:13

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  • Yacht towed to safety by Angle RNLI lifeboat

    Yacht towed to safety by Angle RNLI lifeboat

    25-07-2016

    A 7.9 metre yacht, with mechanical issues and making little headway due to the wind, off St Govan’s Head, was towed to safety by Angle RNLI’s all weather lifeboat on Saturday night (July 23).

  • Angle RNLI lifeboat alerted after report of vessel 'fire

    Angle RNLI lifeboat alerted after report of vessel 'fire

    23-07-2016

    Angle RNLI’s all weather lifeboat Mark Mason was alerted on Friday night (July 22), following a report of a vessel on fire off Hazelbeach in the Milford Haven Waterway.

  • Angle RNLI lifeboat is alerted to RIB aground

    Angle RNLI lifeboat is alerted to RIB aground

    22-07-2016

    Angle RNLI’s all weather lifeboat responded to a Pan-Pan (urgency) call on Thursday (July 21) from an eight metre RIB, which had run aground, with five people on board, off Pennar Flats in the Milford Haven Waterway.

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Station address

Angle Lifeboat Station
Angle Point
Angle
Pembrokeshire
SA71 5AT

Station telephone

01646 641204

Station opening times

9am–1pm every weekday

Accessibility

Parking 

Visitor contact

Richard Bowles

Visitor contact telephone

01646 641204

Appledore ILB crew members. Left to right, Martin Davis, Gary Stanbury and Andrew HalletSpecific crew member details for this lifeboat station are not available here at the moment.

More than 4,800 lifeboat crew members around the UK and RoI drop everything when their pagers go off, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Only 1 in 10 crew members has a professional maritime occupation. Men and women of all ages and all walks of life crew the RNLI lifeboats around our coasts and waterways.

  • The yacht heads into Milford Marina, after being towed to safety by Angle RNLI's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason

    The yacht heads into Milford Marina after being towed to safety by Angle lifeboat

  • Angle RNLI's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason launching

    Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat being launched

  • Angle RNLI's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason, which was launched on July 22 after a report of a vessel 'fire' in the Milford Haven Waterway

    Angle RNLI's all weather Tamar class lifeboat

  • Angle all weather lifeboat's Y-boat checks on the RIB, which is aground off Pennar Flats in the Milford Haven Waterway on July 21

    Angle lifeboat's Y-boat with the RIB aground on July 21

  • Angle all weather lifeboat's Y-boat is launched to go to the aid of a RIB aground off Pennar Flats in the Milford Haven Waterway on July 21

    Angle lifeboat alerted to RIB aground on July 21

  • The yacht which was towed to the Dale anchorage on July 18 by Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat Mark Mason. The yacht had suffered engine failure and was becalmed.

    The yacht which was towed to the Dale anchorage by Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat on July 18.

  • Sea Sunday group on board Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat on July 10

    Sea Sunday group at Angle RNLI

  • Angle RNLI's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason, which went to the aid of a pilot boat crew in the early hours of Sunday, July 10

    Angle RNLI all weather lifeboat

  • Angle RNLI's Tamar class all weather lifeboat 
Mark Mason, which went to the aid of a vessel being driven ashore.

    Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat

  • Angle RNLI's D-class inshore lifeboat SuperG II being launched on Wednesday night (June 22) to check on a kayak.

    Angle inshore lifeboat being launched on Wednesday night

  • Angle RNLI's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason returning to her station after the search operation in the early hours of Tuesday, June 21.

    Angle RNLI all weather lifeboat returning to her station after the search operation

  • Angle RNLI's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason, which evacuated a casualty from Skokholm island early on Sunday morning (June 19)

    Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat

  • Angle RNLI's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason, which towed a motor boat to safety on Monday, June 13

    Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat

  • Angle RNLI's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason towing the yacht to safety in a six-hour mission on Tuesday night (June7/8)

    Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat towing the yacht to safety

  • Angle RNLI's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason, which rescued a yacht in the Irish Sea in a six-hour mission on Tuesday night (June 7/8)

    Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat

  • Angle RNLI's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason, which went to the aid of a yacht with engine failure and becalmed off Freshwater West, on the South Pembrokeshire coast on Sunday evening (June 5)

    Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat, which went to the aid of a yacht on Sunday evening (June 5)

  • Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat Mark Mason with the yacht which grounded off Neyland Spit on Wednesday, June 1

    Angle RNLI all weather lifeboat with the grounded yacht on June 1

  • Angle RNLI's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason heads for Burton Ferry, with the fishing vessel in tow, on Saturday (May 28).

    Angle RNLI lifeboat tows the fishing vessel towards Burton Ferry on Saturday (May 28)

  • Angle RNLI's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason, which went to the aid of a fishing vessel in the Milford Haven Waterway on Saturday (April 16)

    Angle RNLI's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason

  • Angle RNLI's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason, which went to the aid of a 12 metre yacht with engine problems in the Milford Haven Waterway on April 2.

    Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat

  • Angle RNLI's all weather Tamar Class lifeboat Mark Mason, which went to the aid of a Jet Ski and RIB in the Milford Haven Waterway on Good Friday (25 March)

    Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat Mark Mason

  • Angle RNLI's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason

    Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat

  • The mystery object investigated by Angle lifeboat is revealed as the St Ann’s Buoy, looking unusual after the top half was damaged in recent bad weather.

    The mystery object investigated by Angle lifeboat is revealed as the St Ann’s Buoy

  • The mystery object investigated by Angle lifeboat is revealed as the St Ann’s Buoy, looking unusual after the top half was damaged in recent bad weather.

    The mystery object investigated by Angle lifeboat is revealed as the St Ann’s Buoy

  • Angle RNLI's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason

    Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat

  • Angle RNLI's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason, which joined a police search for a missing person on Sunday night (February 21)

    Angle RNLI's all weather lifeboat Mark Mason.

  • Angle RNLI's Tamar class all-weather lifeboat Mark Mason

    Angle RNLI's Tamar class all-weather lifeboat Mark Mason

  • Angle RNLI's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason, which was launched on Sunday (January 17) to assist a fishing vessel with engine failure west of Thorn Island in the Milford Haven Waterway

    Angle RNLI lifeboat assists fishing vessel

  • Angle RNLI’s D-class inshore lifeboat SuperG II.
Photo: RNLI Angle.

    Angle RNLI’s D-class inshore lifeboat SuperG II

  • Angle RNLI’s all-weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason.
Photo: RNLI Angle.

    Angle RNLI’s all-weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason

  • Angle RNLI lifeboaot tows fishing vessel

    Angle RNLI lifeboaot tows fishing vessel

  • RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat which went to the aid of a 7m RIB with engine failure on December 6.

    RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • Martin Jones, Rhyl, Bryn Ellis, Pwllheli and Gemma Gill, from Aberystwyth during the deployment. Credit RNLI

    Martin Jones, Rhyl, Bryn Ellis, Pwllheli and Gemma Gill, from Aberystwyth during the deployment.

  • The Bishop of St Davids, the Rt Rev Wyn Evans, visited RNLI Angle lifeboat station on Thursday (November 19) and is pictured in this group on board the Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason

    Bishop visits Angle lifeboat station

  • The 7m motor boat which was escorted to safety on October 9 by RNLI Angle's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason

    The motor boat which was escorted to safety by RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • The 7m motor boat after being escorted to the Mackerel Stage, Milford, on October 9th by RNLI Angle’s all weather lifeboat

    The motor boat berthed at the Mackerel Stage, Milford after being escorted to safety by RNLI Angle

  • RNLI Angle's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason

    RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • As the sun sets over the Milford Haven Waterway, RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat tows the yacht towards Milford Docks

    RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat tows the yacht to safety

  • The fishing vessel viewed from RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat, which towed her to Milford Haven on Saturday (September 12)

    The fishing vessel towed to safety by RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • RNLI Angle's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason

    RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • The lifeboat view of Martin's Haven where the kayak came ashore

    Martin's Haven where the kayak came ashore

  • Pictured left to right at RNLI Angle are Crew Member Adam Seaton, Deputy Second Coxswain Alun Watkins and Second Coxswain Danny Richards. Credit RNLI Angle.

    RNLI volunteers thank Valero Pembroke Refinery for another generous fuel donation. Credit RNLI Angle

  • RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat recovers her Y Boat after the station's open day exercise on Saturday (August 15)

    RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat recovers her Y Boat after the open day exercise

  • RNLI Angle all weather lifeboat's Y Boat in action at the station's open day exercise on Saturday (August 15)

    RNLI Angle all weather lifeboat's Y Boat in action at the open day

  • RNLI Angle crew members who welcomed visitors to the station's successful open day on Saturday (August 15)

    RNLI Angle crew members at the station's open day on Saturday (August 15)

  • RNLI Angle's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason

    RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • The former RNLI Angle Watson class lifeboat, Richard Vernon and Mary Garforth of Leeds, which was one of the veteran lifeboats sailing in for last year's open day at the station

    The former RNLI Angle Watson class lifeboat Richard Vernon and Mary Garforth of Leeds

  • RNLI Angle's D class inshore lifeboat SuperG II assists the yacht aground on Pwllchrochan Flats in the Milford Haven Waterway on Sunday (August 2).

    RNLI Angle's inshore lifeboat assists the yacht aground

  • RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat tows the RIB to Neyland Marina on Thursday, July 30

    RIB assisted by RNLI Angle lifeboat

  • RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat rigged a bow tow to take the yacht into deeper water in a call-out on Thursday, July 30

    Yacht assisted by RNLI Angle lifeboat

  • RNLI Angle's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason tows the 13 metre yacht to Milford Haven on Sunday (26 July)

    Angle lifeboat rescues gale-hit yacht

  • RNLI Angle's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason, which was alerted to a report of a drifting speedboat on 19 July, 2015

    RNLI Angle lifeboat alerted to drifting speedboat

  • RNLI Angle's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason

    RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • Members of the clergy, RNLI Angle officers, and the coxswain and crew members pictured after the Sea Sunday service hosted at the lifeboat station. Behind them is the station's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason

    RNLI Angle hosts Sea Sunday service

  • The second of the yachts under tow on Monday, 13 July, by RNLI Angle's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason

    The second of the yachts under tow by RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • Rescue Helicopter 169 arrives on the scene to airlift the diver to Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest.

    The rescue helicopter arrives on the scene to airlift the diver to hospital

  • The view from Angle lifeboat as the diver's vessel goes alongside a jetty to collect a Coastguard rescue officer, together with a defibrillator and more oxygen in case they are needed.

    The diver's vessel goes alongside a jetty to collect a Coastguard rescue officer

  • Angle lifeboat's view of the diver's vessel off Martins Haven on the Dale Peninsula.

    The diver's vessel off Martins Haven on the Dale Peninsula

  • RNLI Angle's new inshore lifeboat, Super G II, which was launched to search for a missing man on 18 June.

    RNLI Angle's new inshore lifeboat Super G II

  • The yacht being towed to Milford Docks on Tuesday, 9 June, by RNLI Angle's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason

    Yacht is towed to safety by RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • RNLI Angle's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason

    RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • The motor boat assisted by RNLI Angle's all weather Tamar class lifeboat off Dale Shelf on Friday (29 May)

    The motor boat assisted by RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • The 9m yacht under tow to Milford Haven by RNLI Angle's all weather Tamar class lifeboat on Sunday (31 May)

    Yacht under tow by RNLI Angle lifeboat

  • Four call-outs in a week for RNLI Angle's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason.

    RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat.

  • Tenby RNLI volunteers establishing a tow from the lifeboat to the seven meter power boat off Freshwater West Bay.

    RNLI lifeboats respond to incidents off the Pembrokeshire coast.

  • LLoyds Register Foundation funding for RNLI Angle trainee crew member Rhiannon Tebbutt, who is pictured on board the Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason

    RNLI Angle trainee crew member Rhiannon Tebbutt

  • A champagne naming for RNLI Angle's new inshore lifeboat SuperG II

    RNLI Angle new inshore lifeboat naming

  • RNLI Angle's new inshore lifeboat, SuperG II, officially named on Thursday, 30 April

    RNLI Angle's new inshore lifeboat SuperG II

  • Clive Coward with family members and the crew of RNLI Angle's new inshore lifeboat SuperG II

    RNLI Angle Clive Coward with family and SuperG II crew

  • RNLI Angle's Tamar class all weather lifeboat arriving at Milford Docks with the fishing boat alongside

    Angle lifeboat arriving at Milford Docks with fishing boat

  • In the first call out of the night, a fishing boat is towed to safety by RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat Mark Mason

    In the first call out of the night, a fishing boat is towed to safety by Angle lifeboat.

  • The view from RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat as the rescue helicopter approaches the fishing vessel to airlift the injured fisherman to hospital.

    The view from RNLI Angle ligeboat as the rescue helicopter approaches the fishing vessel.

  • RNLI Angle's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason, which saved a family of six from a grounded yacht in the early hours of this morning (2 April).

    RNLI Angle's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason

  • RNLI Angle's Tamar class all weather lifeboat, Mark Mason.

    RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • RNLI fundraiser Alex Ellis-Roswell is pictured at Angle with Coxswain Lewis Creese and members of the lifeboat crew.

    RNI I fundraiser welcomed to Angle on marathon coast walk challenge

  • RNLI Angle's Tamar class all weather lifeboat

    RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • Porthcawl RNLI volunteers during a training exercise

    Porthcawl RNLI

  • RNLI Angle's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason

    RNLI Angle's all weather lifeboat

  • RNLI Angle's all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason

    RNLI Angle all weather lifeboat

  • The yacht which was escorted to safety on Tuesday (26 August) by RNLI Angle's all weather relief lifeboat

    Yacht escorted to safety by RNLI Angle lifeboat

  • RNLI Angle's Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason

    RNLI Angle all weather lifeboat

  • RNLI Angle trainees Michael Higgins and Carl Morgan with Coxswain Lewis Creese

    RNLI Angle trainees Michael Higgins and Carl Morgan

  • Tenby RNLI thank Valero for fuel donation

    Tenby RNLI thank Valero for fuel donation

  • Angle RNLI crew thank Valero for fuel donation

    Angle RNLI crew thank Valero for fuel donation

  • Liverpool class lifeboat The Chieftain at RNLI Angle open day

    Liverpool class lifeboat The Chieftain

  • Liverpool class lifeboat The Always Ready at RNLI Angle open day

    Liverpool class The Always Ready

  • RNLI Angle's former Watson class lifeboat at the open day

    RNLI Angle's former Watson lifeboat

  • RNLI Angle's Tamar launches to join parade of veteran lifeboats

    RNLI Angle Tamar launch

  • Tyne, Tamar and Watson lifeboats at RNLI Angle's open day

    RNLI Angle open day Tyne, Tamar and Watson

  • RNLI history spanning over 80 years as veteran lifeboats parade at RNLI Angle's open day.

    RNLI Angle open day line-up of six lifeboats

  • The Tamar class lifeboat Peter and Lesley-Jane Nicholson on relief duty at RNLI Angle

    RNLI Angle's relief all weather lifeboat

  • The RNLI Tamar class all weather lifeboat Peter and Lesley-Jane Nicholson on relief duty at Angle

    RNLI Angle's relief all weather lifeboat

  • The Tamar class all weather lifeboat Peter and Lesley-Jane Nicholson, which is now on relief duty at RNLI Angle

    RNLI Angle's relief all weather lifeboat

  • The veteran ketch under tow to Dale Roads by RNLI Angle's all weather relief lifeboat Peter and Lesley-Jane Nicholson

    RNLI Angle lifeboat tows the veteran ketch

  • RNLI Angle hosts the Sea Sunday service

    RNLI Angle hosts Sea Sunday service

  • RNLI Angle volunteers ashore with their Y Boat on Skokholm Island to evacuate the injured woman.

    Angle lifeboat Skokholm Island evacuation

  • RNLI Angle’s all weather lifeboat in West Angle Bay after a drifting yacht went ashore.

    Angle lifeboat with yacht West Angle Bay

  • Angle RNLI rescue man forced to abandon vessel after running aground

    Angle RNLI rescue man forced to abandon vessel after running aground

  • RNLI Angle's all-weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason.

    RNLI Angle's all-weather lifeboat.

  • The picture shows RNLI Angle’s all weather Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason.

    Angle all-weather lifeboat launching

 

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Lifeboat name: Mark Mason

Lifeboat class: Tamar

Funded by: The Grand Lodge of Mark Master Mason

Read more about the Tamar


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Lifeboat name: Richard John Talbot Miller

Lifeboat class: D class

Read more about the D class

The station was established in 1868 and was called Milford until 1892.  In 1908 a second station was opened here, but this was closed again in 1910.

1833
Silver Medal awarded to Mr William Field for the rescue of 12 people from the Sicilian Brig Felicita that was wrecked in Sandy Haven Bay during the night of 19/20 February 1833.  The vessel, with her hull broken in two, all her masts gone and with surf breaking over her had survivors clinging to the lower rigging.  With the service of two volunteers Mr Field went over the reef and swam to the wreck and brought two seamen safely ashore.  Then with other volunteers assisting them brought the remaining survivors, who were rendered helpless by exhaustion, safely ashore.

1851
Silver Medal awarded to Mr Thomas Landells for the rescue of the crew of eight of the schooner Maria that parted from her anchor and was driven onto rocks at Pill Point on 19 November 1950.

1861
Silver Medal awarded to John Large in recognition of his gallant exertions in wading into the surf at the peril of his life and assisting to rescue three of the crew of the Brig Harmony wrecked on 19 February 1861.

1868
Lifeboat house and slipway constructed at a cost of £306.

1888
New and stronger slipway constructed at a cost of £570.

1894
Silver Medals awarded to R W Mirehouse, Honorary Secretary, crew members E Bull and T Rees, for gallantly landing on Thorn Island and with much intrepidity crawling along a narrow cliff ledge on a pitch dark night and hauling up by a rope, taken with them, 27 people who had taken refuge on the rocks below from the stranded ship Loch Shiel on 30 January 1894.  Six men had already been rescued from the other side of the island.

1908
Steam lifeboat sent to station.

1915
Steam lifeboat broke away from her moorings, drifted on to rocks, and was badly damaged.  Steam lifeboat withdrawn.

1919
Acetylene beach light supplied.

1927
Station modernised for reception of new lifeboat at a cost of £20,000.

1929
Bronze Medal awarded to Coxswain James Watkins in recognition of his judgement, perseverance and fine seamanship for the rescue at the third attempt and at considerable risk, of 28 people from the ss Molesey which was totally wrecked on Middle Island in a whole south westerly gale on 25/26 November 1929.

1944
Silver Medal awarded to Coxswain James Watkins in recognition of his great skill and daring in handling the lifeboat during the rescue of six people from the motor vessel Thor in a south westerly gale and a very rough sea on 18 December 1943.  The Thor had been thrown on her beam end by a following sea and was nearly bottom up with heavy seas breaking over her.  Thanks of the Institution inscribed on Vellum was accorded to Mechanic Albert Rees in recognition of his efficient handling of the lifeboat engines during this service.

1945
Bronze Second Service clasp awarded to Coxswain James Watkins for a difficult service very skilfully carried out on 16 July 1945, when nine men were rescued from the ex-German steamer Walter L M Russ, which had been driven ashore of Gasshol Island.  Heavy seas were making a clean sweep over the vessel and only her bridge, the upper part of the funnel and the two masts could be seen above the sea.  Three men were clinging to the rocks by lines.

1946
Coxswain James Watkins retired after 24 years’ service as coxswain and 13 years as second coxswain; he had been awarded the Silver Medal, the Bronze Medal and a Clasp to his Bronze Medal.

1968
Centenary Vellum awarded to station.

1973
Bronze Medal awarded to Coxswain William John Rees Holmes when the lifeboat gave help and stood by in a Force 10 Storm, the oil tanker Dona Marika aground on Wooltack Point, Lindsway Bay on 5 August.  There was danger that the tanker would explode and a nearby village had to be evacuated.

1977
Thanks of the Institution inscribed on Vellum was accorded to Coxswain/Mechanic William John Rees Holmes in recognition of his courage and skill when the lifeboat, with waves constantly breaking over her, stood by the tanker Leonidas, which was in difficulties approximately two miles west of St Ann’s Head in a southerly storm, hail and thunder, and very rough seas on 6/7 December 1976.

1979
Bronze Second Service Clasp awarded to Coxswain/Mechanic William John Rees Holmes in recognition of his courage, skill and determination when the lifeboat rescued the crew of three of the fishing boa t Cairnsmore, which was in tow of the tug Barracuda after an engine failure and in danger of capsizing five miles south west of the Hats and Barrels Rocks in a south easterly storm and a heavy breaking sea on 1 December 1978.

1977
A special framed certificate awarded to the coxswain and crew for display at the station in recognition of their services in connection with numerous yachts in difficulties during the Fastnet Race on 16 August.

1987
Adaptation work carried out at Angle in order to accommodate and operate the Tyne class lifeboat.  This included slipway decking, installation of new bilgeways, new fuel tank and the raising of the boathouse bressummer.

1991/92
Due to considerable deterioration a new boathouse and slipway was constructed.  The new boathouse was completed in June.  As well as housing the lifeboat it included a new fuel storage tank, new Biglands hydraulic winch and new crew facilities.  It was officially opened and dedicated in a special ceremony on 19 September 1992. The old boathouse and slipway have been demolished.

1994
D class lifeboat sent to station on 19 March for one season’s evaluation.

1995
Inshore lifeboat station permanently established.

1996
New D class lifeboat D493 placed on service on 30 March.

1997
Bronze Medal awarded to Coxswain Jeremy Richard Rees in recognition of the high standard of seamanship, courage and leadership when the lifeboat The Lady Rank rescued the crew of four and saved the motor vessel Dale Princess which was being driven onto a sheer cliff at Skomer Island by gusting gale force winds and heavy seas on 5 May.

A Framed Letter of Thanks signed by the Chairman of the Institution was awarded to the crew of The Lady Rank.

1998
Adaptation to boathouse to accommodate D class lifeboat.

2002
A New D class boathouse completed in July at a cost of £211,887. Following the visit on 5 September 2001 by the Coast Review delegation, led by Commodore R C Hastie, it was agreed by the Search and Rescue Committee on 6 February 2002 and resolved by the Executive Committee at their meeting on 10 April 2002 that the station be earmarked for the allocation of an FSB2 in due course.  It was also resolved that there be no change to the ILB coverage at this station.

2005
The new class of lifeboat IB1, D638 Richard John Talbot  was placed on service on Wednesday 29 June.  D493 has been withdrawn.

2009
Adaptation to boathouse to accommodate Tamar class lifeboat completed in January at a cost of £4,200,000.

The new station Tamar class, ON1291 Mark Mason lifeboat was placed on service on 11 May. This lifeboat was named on 5 June 2009 by HRH Prince Michael of Kent and was donated from the generous bequest of The Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons.  Lifeboat ON1114 has been withdrawn to the relief fleet.

MEDAL RECORD
Twelve medals have been awarded, seven Silver and five Bronze, the last being voted in 1977.