Catch your first wave at Oceanfest
YOUNGSTERS who have never surfed before are invited to join the popular Toedipper sessions at GoldCoast Oceanfest in Croyde on Saturday, June 20 and see if they will get the surfing bug or even be spotted as a star of the future. Surf South West is offeri
YOUNGSTERS who have never surfed before are invited to join the popular Toedipper sessions at GoldCoast Oceanfest in Croyde on Saturday, June 20 and see if they will get the surfing bug or even be spotted as a star of the future.
Surf South West is offering the massively discounted hour-and-a-half surf lessons at �10 per person and the chance to win a surfboard.
Now a popular part of the surf, sport, music and lifestyle festival, which runs from Friday 19 until Sunday, June 21, the Toedipper sessions are held at the Surf South west surf school on Croyde Beach and open to all total beginners aged between eight and 16-years-old.
Choose from three lesson times: 11am-12.30pm, 1-2.30pm or 3-4.30pm. Lessons include a wetsuit, board and instruction.
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One lucky beginner will win the school's Surf Star of the Future Award receiving a free surfboard for beginners courtesy of Alder Sportswear and a trophy. All participants will receive a certificate too.
Let the experts help you to catch your first wave on Saturday, June 20. But places are limited, so anyone interested should contact Surf South West on (01271) 890400 as soon as possible, or email email@example.com.
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