Here is the latest news about new and ongoing projects in and around the harbour. Just click on the headline links and and the full article will open. 

New trawler arrives in the harbour

June 2020

P.H.T. are moving forward with new officers and trustees and are looking to the future. With a new trawler already back in the harbour  and hopefully  two more arriving this coming winter, fishing is looking on the up. We are pleased to have cleared the top of the fish market,and will offer this space for locals to sell arts and craft products. New lighting along the fish market will be up and running  soon. And with the generous  help of some locals and ourselves a good spruse up of the harbour will be under way shortly.   With these troubling times starting to ease , we look forward to welcoming back visitors to our beautiful  village and its sparkling jewel ..our harbour

Spring Dredging Works

March 2019 

Polperro harbour is normally dredged a couple times a year, this is to remove the build up of sand and setiment that is washed down the valley. this allows boats to work inside the harbour for longer.

Polperro Harbour Gate Installion

The gate is in! It was a stressful morning for everyone involved. 

PHT announces new mooring fees

March 2020

The Harbour Trust announces new mooring fees for 2020.

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Outer Platt repairs

March 2019

The outer Platt has had some much needed restoration. Making it safer for holiday makers to board tripping boats.

Our thanks to Trustee and contractor Roger Puckey and his team. Ably supported by our ever present Harbour Master Olly and his boat Smuggler.

Removal of fatburgs!

We have had a visitor from landing barge 'MTS Terramare' which brought in a clear flow lorry. Along with South west water and the environment agency they cleared a good amount out and are due back next year. 

Visit from The National Lobster Fishery

February 2020

The Harbour Trust was pleased  to host a visit from members of the team from Padstow with a view to exploring potential collaboration between the National Hatchery and those with a an interest in supporting fishing activities out of the harbour. Team members David Lockyer COO and Ben Marshall Visitor Experience and Hatchery Supervisor were taken on a tour of the harbour and village and met local fishermen, trustees, PHT  chairman and our harbour master to discuss challenges for the fishing industry and potential future collaboration.

Dinas Bal Lighthouse

Make over

Our Trustee Ed Gilbert and his family carrying out their annual clean and repaint of the 118 year old lighthouse