• Extract from 1954 Admiralty chart showing Newlyn within Mount's Bay (image created by Jeanette Ratcliffe)

    Newlyn, Mount's Bay, Cornwall

  • Aerial photo of Newlyn

    Creating a Landmark Venue for...

  • Cornish luggers on Newlyn Beach (Photo from Penlee House collection)

    Telling Newlyn's Story

  • Fishing boats in Newlyn Harbour (Photo by Laurence Hartwell)

    Fishing . Industry . Seafarers . Heritage

  • Historic photo of Gwavas Quay, Newlyn (from Billy Stevenson Collection)

    Past, Present, Future

Tucked into the northwest corner of Mount’s Bay (Cornwall), Newlyn is one of the few ancient harbours in the UK still functioning as a premier fishing port. Our ambition is to establish a landmark venue for telling Newlyn’s important and fascinating story, creating a welcome hub for local people and a must-see destination for visitors. Please browse this site to find out more about us and our ambition.

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What’s happened so far?

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Find out the progress we have made so far - building interest and support amongst local people and partner organisations and choosing our preferred location for Newlyn FISH Centre. READ MORE