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New chairman and commissioners

Chairman Andy Crawford has unfortunately had to step down due to ill health. Vice Chairman Howard Whitt has taken on the Chairman’s role and commissioner Micky Bacon becomes vice- chairman. In addition we welcome two new commissioners; Tom Rickman and Tim Pullen.

2018-11-06T09:57:56+00:00July 31st, 2018|Latest News|

New Chairman

Following the sad passing of Chairman Dudley Penrose, Andy Crawford has been appointed the new Chairman with Howard Whitt stepping in to the vice-chairman’s role vacated by Andy

2017-03-27T09:42:48+00:00March 27th, 2017|Latest News|

Appointment of Royden Paynter

The harbour commissioners are pleased to confirm the appointment of Royden Paynter as harbour master, effective December 22nd, 2015. Royden is a ‘Mousehole lad’ with considerable local knowledge having served as a commissioner for the past eleven years. He was also, until his retirement last autumn, berthing master at Newlyn. Royden can be contacted on 07981 647831 on any harbour [...]

2016-01-27T15:07:27+00:00January 27th, 2016|Latest News|

Harbour Master

"Mike Collier, Harbour Master, has resigned effective 30th September 2015. The post will remain vacant until early 2016 whilst the commissioners review the post. In the meantime, anyone wishing to contact the harbour authority should use the email address: mousehole.harbour@hotmail.co.uk or by telephone to the secretary, Charles Law, on 01736 731133.

2015-10-07T14:34:14+00:00October 7th, 2015|Latest News|

harbour master Edwin Madron and commissioner David Cotton

In a traumatic week for the community and the harbour authority we have lost two key members of the team; harbour master Edwin Madron passed away on Tuesday 14th October and commissioner David Cotton passed away on Friday 17th October. Our thoughts are with their families and friends. Replacements for both will be notified in due course.

2014-11-03T12:23:05+00:00November 3rd, 2014|Latest News|

Storm Damage

During the unprecedented spate of severe storm this winter, Mousehole harbour did not go unscathed, although we did not suffer anywhere near as much damage as our friends at Porthleven. Work is now going on to repair the damage incurred, including: Replacement of four baulks in the harbour entrance Repairs to South pier railings Re-grouting of parts of the South [...]

2014-03-24T13:34:06+00:00March 24th, 2014|Latest News|