Due to bad weather and strong winds forecast we have decided to cancel tonight’s surf in the interests of safety.
Well done to Rosie Johns for Wave Slave of the Week. Awarded by Instructor Simon for determination to progress and pushing to improve her surfing and confidence.
Both Thursday and Monday sessions are surfing this week and we have sunshine and fun sized waves forecast for Fistral.
See you all at Quiksilver Surf School meeting in the changing rooms, sign in by 5pm
Well done to Wave Slave of the Week awarded by her instructor Richard (Pidge) for determination and persistence at getting up to her feet. 5 waves in a row, a top effort from Bella, lets keep this going for 2019!
Thursday is a Spring High Tide so we will be training at The Sports Hub at Treviglas, meeting at 4:45pm, pick up at 6pm. All members will need their sports kit and appropriate trainers.
Apologies for the late notice
Although the waves are not so bad at Towan the wind is gusting over 40mph, not the making of a fun surf!
Next Thursday is high tide so we will be at The Sports Hub at Treviglas for 5pm, see you then!
Such a fun first surf back at Wave Slaves. Although the waves were challenging all members took to the waves for the first time back in 2019.
Well done to Ben Christie for Wave Slave of the Week (pictured below with instructor Bert) catching so many waves and putting in 110% effort.
Next week we are back at Quiksilver Surf School meeting to leave for the beach at 5pm. Sign in will be in the downstairs changing rooms. All members and parents are reminded to sign in and out at every session. This is for the safety of all members.
This weeks Thursday Surf Club will be meeting at The SUP Surf Co. next to Walkabout and surfing Towan. Pick up will be at 6:30pm. The Council car parks in Town are free to use after 4pm.
We almost have a full house of returning members, which is great to see and we can’t wait to start surfing again. Plans are under way for our new clubhouse at Great Western Beach and we hope to be settled down there for the first week of April. Until then surfing will be meeting at Quiksilver Surf School Newquay, next to the Esplanade Hotel at South Fistral. At this location we have indoor changing rooms and hot showers available. Boots, gloves and hoods are available to hire for £1 per item per session or we have all these items to try on and buy.
For the March surf sessions we will be signing in at The Quiksilver Surf Shop, please sign in with Jen by 5pm before going down to the changing rooms. Pick up will be at 6:30pm. Parents and guardians please be aware we can not use the car park at the Esplanade Hotel and please do not pull up outside the surf school as this will be blocking the disabled and fire exit access for the hotel. There is plenty of free roadside parking right out the front of the Quiksilver Surf School. The bar at the Esplanade Hotel will be open for hot and cold drinks and parents are welcome to sit in the lounge area over looking the Beach while we surf.
People on the waiting list are currently being invited to join us from the 4th April when we have the fun pool and a lane in the 25m pool at Water World in Newquay booked 7-8pm.
Membership for existing club members from 2018 is now open. Existing members have until 22nd February 2019 to re-claim their place. After this date spaces will be offered to those on the waiting list.
Not received your membership renewal reminder? email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our new website and booking system is currently under construction and hopefully up and working by February just in time to renew your club membership.
Swimming and fitness is on every Monday 6-7pm and Thursday 7-8pm at Piran Meadows until March when we can get back in the sea. This is recommended for all members that do not already attend regular swim or surf life saving training over the winter. Every member old and new will have to take part in a swim test in April at Water World in Newquay. A minimum of 50m in a recognized stroke must be completed by all members, those members wishing to start paddling ‘out back’ and surfing in bigger waves must complete 100m in a recognized stroke.