Dear all Could all members please remember to have their TAGS on their wetsuits. NO TAG NO BOARD. As the busy months approach we would appreciate your help in ensuring that paid members only use the club and equipment. Could we also remember to return the equipment to the club house after use and to use with respect. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Wednesday Adult Club Night starts on the 7th June from 6pm Come down to the beach and have a go depending on the sea conditions at 1. Sea swimming… 2. Board paddling 3. Body surfing 4. Surf Boat 5. Paddle tours of the caves 6. Coasteering 7. Swell board surfing 8. Beach games 9. Socialising […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
For those of you on the next SLS Life Guard Course .. here are the dates and times ….. Beach Sessions: These will run on a Sunday morning starting at 09:00 until approx. 11.00. Meet at St Agnes SLS clubhouse. … Sun 4th June Sun 11th June Sun 18th June Sun 25th June – TBC […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Slippery Eels sessions have started …. every Monday at 7.30pm … It consists of a swim to the bouy or to Green Island or sprints .. come along and join in if you fancy a swim …Continue Reading... No Comments.
Summer Yoga Jam Starts up again on Friday 9th June at the Club House at 7pm Come and stretch, unwind and have some ‘you’ time to the sound of waves. This is not a class, but a chance to practice yoga with others and start the weekend relaxed and smiling.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Yay – Beach Sessions = Summer !! Starting Tuesday 30th May – 5.30pm – 6.30pm Year 5 Nippers … Sunday 4th June Year 3 Nippers – 4pm – 5pm Year 2 Nippers – 5pm-6pm Monday 5th June Year 4 Nippers – 5.30pm – 6.30pm Juniors – 6.30pm – 7.30pm Tuesday 6th June Year 6 & […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Saturday 20 May 2017 – 4pm onwards – this shouldn’t take any longer than hour Refresher session for everyone that is helping out on the beach this summer : Welcome – SLDGB, Admin Stuff, Training available to helpers NOP – what does a session look like, what roles are important EAP – how do we […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Max Hocking was a lifelong member of St Agnes club, one of the founder clubs of SLSGB, and was involved in surf life saving for most of his adult life. He was a lovely man, passionate about life saving and an inspiration to all who knew him. His legacy continues through the Max Hocking event […]Continue Reading... No Comments.