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Ahhh......

Remember those cute little summer waves, the warm sun, the long evening surfs?

Well all that summer sun gave us record sea temperatures, and the sea is still a relatively warm 12 degrees. The waves are big and bold, lots of fun to be had if you're brave enough, and if surfing looks too scary there's no shame in picking out those double-ups on a body board.

 

  • Group lessons are back!
    We are pleased to announce that group lessons will recommence from the 4th July 2020.  With the ease of lockdown restrictions now underway and...
  • Private lessons now available!
    It's been a strange few months with the UK in lockdown, but with restrictions now lifting we are happy to announce that we can now provide private...
  • Tip 8 - The glide/how to go faster!
      Why do better surfers look like they are going twice the speed with zero effort? How can they travel so much faster than you on the...
  • Tip 7 - The Right Side Turn
    Time to go the other way! The front side turn (facing the wave), this can be performed on unbroken waves as you reach the bottom and white-water...
  • Tip 6 - The Backside Turn
    Ok, let’s talk turning. The next step in your surfing master class… You have the backside turn (your back to the wave) and the front side turn (so...
  • Tip 5 - Wave Riding!
    Ok, so you’re on that wave gliding along living the dream. However, most newbs do weird stuff at this point. It can be hands in the air like a YMCA...
  • Tip 4 - The Dark Art of The Pop Up!
    So, carrying on from Tip 3; you’ve just taken 4 fast strokes while holding your breath, you have caught the wave! Slide both hands back behind the...
  • Tip 3 - Catching A Wave
    So how come the surfer next to you effortlessly caught the wave that you missed? It looked like they used no effort at all; while you were paddling...
  • Tip 2 - The Dreaded Paddle Out!
    The one thing newbies struggle with is paddling out.  The majority just point for the horizon and flail their arms at speed until they hurt, followed...
  • Tip 1 - Carrying Your Board
    Carrying your board can turn into a newbie drama the minute you have to do it on your own. So first things first, make sure your leash is wrapped up...

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