Buy & Sell your New & Used: Surf / Beach / Random stuff. Sunday 12th May: 12:00 to 15:00 SELLERS£10 per car or table, booking required, setup from 11am. Or donate items or set a commission on the surf club stall and we’ll sell them for you. Contact email@example.com to book your space or find […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
2018 has been an exceptional year for the club. Our success has been led by our fantastic committee and coaches but would not have been possible without the amazing support we’ve had from parents, the community and local businesses of St Agnes. Membership We remain the largest club in the country with over 600 members. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Thanks to everyone that came to the Quiz last night, many thanks to The Beacon Country House Hotel, The Cornish Pizza Company, Headforwards, Catherine Murden, Karen Russell & Lucy Stein for the raffle prizes. Special thanks to Kerry Harding and Catherine Murden for helping out on the night and a massive thanks to Pete Mitchell […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This October half term we’re hoping to do something truly amazing at Trevaunance Cove. Our aim is to run a voluntary lifeguard service, keeping visitors and locals at our beach safe through preventative advice and incident response. If you’ve got a lifeguard / first aid / first responder qualification, hold the Junior Gold Award or […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Building on the success of last year, the second annual surfers ball promises to be bigger and better than ever before! Starting from 17:30 at Schooners we kick off with a family friendly vibe with a buffet dinner, kids disco and celebration of our members achievements in 2018. While adults can enjoy a complimentary glass […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Certificates have arrived for those who completed the First Responder Qualification with the club. Massive thanks for those who give up their time to help make our beach and community a safer place. Well done Andy, Dan, Katey, Paul, Vickie, & Jack!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Introduction Surf-Lifesaving is unique as a sport in that it’s goal is not just entertainment or fitness but to save lives. Surf-Lifesaving training benefits everyone. This is why the club aims to keep membership fees low, so everyone can take part. The open environment and coaching we provide, where 550 members are encouraged to use […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Recognition for the positive effect of our community lifesaving project on sea safety on BBC Radio 4’s Broadcasting House: http://bbc.in/2bR3Fx4 Includes sea safety tips from two of our Junior lifeguards; Lloyd Stein and Alfie England. Broadcast to an audience of just over 2 million!Continue Reading... No Comments.