Yellow Welly Big Bash Sept 20th

Event info

“Over the weekend of 20th to 22nd September we will be celebrating 150 years of the RNLI in Salcombe with a Lifeboat Festival. The Yellow Welly Big Bash kicks off the celebrations on Friday 20th September at 18.00 with a massive party at Salcombe Rugby Club (thank you SRFC) – in the town, by the town and for the town. As alcohol will be available, if you are fortunate enough to have your age questioned, bring id. Children over 12 years old are welcome. Very reasonably priced tickets will be available via our Eventbrite Page and sales will open on 1st May. Dress code smart casual. Please come and join in the fun and help the town celebrate 150 years of Salcombe RNLI!”

On Friday the 20th Sept at 6pm to 11.30pm

Car-parking at the Park and Ride £3.00

Your ticket will give you a ‘Mr Foggs’ cocktail and one selection of  food.

We also have fifteen tables available for purchase on a first come basis. Each table seats 10 people and costs £75.
Please note, each guest will still require a ticket at a cost of £27.50 each.
The total cost for anyone wishing to purchase a table and 10 tickets is £350.

Tickits now available at Salcombe Information Centre and the Lifeboat Shop.


Cocktails proudly provided by the genius drinks-masters of Mr Foggs, London.

Live Bands

The well known party band ‘After Sun’ will be headlining the main stage.

Beer Bar

A selection of beers and soft drinks will be available at the SRFC bar.

Wine Bar

There will be a great  selection of red, white, rose wines and Prosecco on offer by the bottle or by the glass, card payment preferred.

Food Court

A truly amazing selection of food will be on hand, Meat and Fish Paella, Beef Chilli and Vegetarian Tagine all by ‘Big Pan Parties’ people.

Other Goodies

Coffee and Crepes


We are selling off fifteen tables of ten in the marquee, share it with your friends, £75.00 plus your entry tickets @ £27.50 each, total price £350.00

Other Goodies

Salcombe Ice-Cream



Thank you

Plastic Friendly

150 Years of Salcombe Lifeboats