The Coastguard Association’s 44th Annual General Meeting is taking place on Saturday 27th March 2021 starting at 10am.
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 AGM which was all set to take place in Swansea had to be cancelled.
This year, we are delighted the 2021 AGM can take place, thanks to modern technology. Like the rest of the world, the Coastguard Association has embraced the virtual world with the AGM taking place via Zoom.
The agenda will include an update from all the committee members on their respective areas of responsibilities as well as discussions on forthcoming events, fundraising plans and the 200th anniversary of HM Coastguard.
This will be the first time in Coastguard Association history the AGM has been hosted virtually and it is hoped this will provide increased attendance and a great opportunity for members from around the country to come together, something which is not always logistically possible.
The virtual AGM is limited to 100 places due to the restrictions of Zoom but if you wish to attend as a member please e-mail the National Secretary at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s to an exciting and historic AGM and we look forward to seeing you – albeit virtually.
We are delighted to announce today the launch of Coastline Magazine – the official digital publication of the Coastguard Association.
Coastline Magazine can be viewed here: Coastline Magazine – Launch Edition
Thanks for your continued support.
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Due to the Covid 19 Pandemic we have cancelled the arrangements for the 2020 Coastguard Association AGM which was to be held in Swansea.
The safety and wellbeing of all our members is paramount to us and we strongly urge you to follow national safety guidelines and Government advice.
To download the latest CGA minutes click the link below:
CGA AGM Minutes
The NMOC Football Team looking resplendent in the CGA Football Kit!
We have now entered into the English Football Associations Peoples Cup and have our first qualifying match on Sunday 26th February where we will be wearing the Kit and promoting the Coastguard Association. We are also looking at entering the Civil Service Sports Club Games 2017 based up at Loughbrough University to again represent both HM Coastguard and the Coastguard Association.
I have attached a picture of us all after the football match against HQ (beat them 5-1!) looking very jubilant. Kind Regards and Many Thanks – Daniel Winter
The 2017 contingent for Remembrance Sunday seem happy that the standing and parading is finally over, and didn’t they do the service proud!
So much really good operational, prevention and fundraising work is done around the coast and then captured on Smartphones or cameras. If you have a great photo with a Coastguard theme why don’t you share with us at
Who knows, it might become our photo of the month! Remember though, every penny helps and we do thank you for all your efforts….
All across the country men, women, boys & girls from all walks of life paraded together in memory of those that gave their lives that we may have Peace, Freedom & Justice.
We will remember them….
(Photo © www.renoufdesign.co.uk 2016 – used with permission)