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Contrary to predictions, it was a very warm and sunny weekend for Nippers across the county, who competed at the Surf Life Saving Championships at Portreath beach. The surf was fairly flat, with the odd set of small waves rolling in. 14 clubs competed against each... read more
Hayle Surf Lifesaving Club has received a grant of £499.00 from Councillors John Pollard and John Coombe, through the Councillor Community Grant Scheme.This grant has been used to purchase two VHF radios, which are used to communicate between the clubs Inshore Rescue... read more
Hayle Surf Life Saving Club members attended their first nipper event of the season: the Max Hocking Nipper Fun Day. This was a great introduction to competition for nippers who have never competed before, and also great fun for those that have been attending for... read more
Hayle Surf Life Saving Club members attended a Children’s University graduation ceremony, at the Penryn Campus, to celebrate their individual achievements. The Children’s University is a national project which recognises the achievements of young people who take... read more
Surf Life Saving Club members from around Cornwall, joined together for a Inshore Rescue Boat Taster Day, last Saturday. The IRB is a small inflatable craft 3.88m long with a 30 HP engine, it has been specially designed to operate within the heavy surf zone. some of... read more
Hayle Surf Life Saving Club held an extremely well attended Annual Presentation evening at Hayle Rugby Club on Friday 24th January 2014 to celebrate their successes throughout 2013. Club Chairman, Graham Williams said “It was a fantastic evening, one of the best we’ve... read more