Welcome to St Alban's Head NCI Lookout Station
St Alban's Head NCI is a recipient of the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service. This award was made by Her Majesty the Queen to ourselves, and the then 3 other 3 Dorset NCI stations, (Lyme Regis, Portland Bill and Swanage) on a joint basis, in 2012.
St Alban's Head NCI is on the Jurassic Coast Path situated at the top of the cliff, to the south of the village of Worth Matravers, overlooking St Alban's Race, while to the west are Weymouth Bay and Kimmeridge Ledges, and to the east are Dancing Ledge and Anvil Point.
For more details about Saints Aldhelm and Alban, please click on the panel alongside, entitled "St Aldhelm's or St Alban's?".
To contact the Lookout itself, during opening hours, (see below), please call 01929 439220. Outside our normal hours, you may leave a voicemail, which will be actioned the next working day. Please note that the Lookout itself is not equipped with e-mail facilities.
General enquiries to the Station, for example: potential membership matters, participation in future events, or for information on donations, are preferably handled by e-mail. Please contact [email protected] - this e-mail address is checked frequently, but is not monitored 24/7. Mail is reviewed and then actioned as necessary.
In case of maritime emergencies, out of hours: please call 999 and ask for HM Coastguard.
The lookout is on the SW Coast Path and is also accessible by a rough track from Worth Matravers.