Come to our Museum, The Old Lifeboat Shed which stored the Village Lifeboat and was used to rescue those getting into difficulties in the sea for many years. Browse for yourself or let our members share the fascinating history of the last few hundred years with you. We describe the lives of fishermen, the folks who worked in the mill, the men pressganged into the Napoleonic Wars, one minute on the harbour working and the next on a ship bound to fight for their sovereign and maybe never to be seen again. The appearance of the railway meant a life less remote and contact with nearby towns.
From time to time we become the Exhibition Centre for Local Artists and Photography from the pupils of a local school in early spring. We have DVDs describing our heritage and photographs showing the village buildings then and now.Maybe listen to some of the old shanties from a CD? Situated on our beautiful harbour and next to The Anchor, where you can get a very tasty bite to eat. Open weekends 1 pm to 4 pm.