Newquay Lifeboat Station is to feature in the new series of Saving Lives at Sea as the popular documentary returns to the screen tonight (Tuesday, April 2). 

The volunteer lifeboat crew from Newquay are set to take to the nation’s television screens as they appear in the ninth series of the show on BBC Two and iPlayer at 8pm.

The episode sees Newquay RNLI rescue a young surfer at St Agnes, alongside rescue stories from their colleagues at other stations and beaches around the coasts. 

Andrew Trebilcock, the helm of the Newquay lifeboat crew who featured in the forthcoming episode, said: “It’s great to be able to showcase the work we do on TV like this, and allow the public to see how their generous donations help us to save lives. 

“We’re all looking forward to watching the new series.”