We are planning plenty of activities for members across the winter.
Please register for any of the following events via our facebook events page or in person at our final regular Saturday Surf Snowdonia session on Saturday 28th October.
28th October: Last Surf Snowdonia Saturday Surf
28th October will be our last regular club day for the 2017 season.
A HUGE thanks to you all for making it so successful and fun for the kids.
4th November: Rhosneigr Beach Surf
Subject to the weather, we are still planning on the beach trip on 4th November.
8th November: Surf Life Saving and Swimming
We are hoping to run a series of evening sessions at LLANRWST SWIMMING POOL to cover surf lifesaving and swimming.
We have the pool on a WEDNESDAY evening from 7.30-8.30pm and have found an instructor and got very good rates (many thanks to volunteers and helpers for sorting this out).
We are looking to run for 7 weeks up until Christmas and are able to charge just £15 per child to cover all sessions, payable at the first session.
We hope it will keep our members engaged and active and support our future plans for getting more of our members qualified and trained ... it should also be great fun!!
2nd December: Parent Session
We are considering having a PARENTS surf session for those brave souls who would like to turn the tables and see what the kids have been experiencing.
We would need to know numbers so please register your interest either through facebook or in person at our final session on Saturday. 28th Oct.
More details to follow.
15th December: Xmas Party
This year's Christmas Party will be held at Surf Snowdonia on 15th December.Circus skills participation (for adults and kids) kicks off at 6.30pm with the main party starting at 7.30pm.
The cost will be £10 per adult and £4 per child child.
We've got circus skills, live music and a hot buffet included in the price.
RSVP via the club facebook page.
Date tba: Regular Volunteer Session
We may also be able to arrange additional sessions for our regular volunteers in return for all those hours spent in wetsuits, standing in the rain (and sun) and helping things work smoothly.
More details to follow once we can confirm access to the wave and the number of likely participants.