It’s a crazy idea so why do it??? Because we can!
This is where YOU grab your nearest surfboard, windsurf-board, Canoe, Kayak, bodyboard, Kitesurf-board, SUP, swim fins, Lilos’ (or check if your neighbours’ front door floats!) – to raise some money for some seriously good causes and have some fun.
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At about 14.00 on Sunday the 7th of July, everybody will hit the water on-mass to form a carpet of watersports crafts! Those who are nervous have nothing to fear as there will be so many people in the water that the stronger paddlers amongst us will help and encourage those in need of support as we all Paddle Round The Pier (the remains of the old West pier!)
Children (when accompanied by a suitable adult) are always very welcome but please ensure all minors are equipped with an adequate floatation device and all entrants must please ensure they have appropriate clothing for the conditions.
Raising Sponsorship Money
To join in the fun simply raise some sponsorship money – every £5 raised & handed in on the day gets a prize ticket, £10 = 2 tickets etc, the more you raise the better your chances! With literally hundreds of prizes, worth over more than Twelve Thousand Pounds up for grabs – from surfboards, Kayaks, beach cruisers, snowboards, holidays, wetsuits etc – everybody stands to be a winner. Sponsorship forms are available by downloading here or from your local surf shop – if you have any problems contact email@example.com
After the mass-Paddle, everyone heads back to the Paddle Village for the incredible raffle hand-out in the registration tent. This year there will be 50 prizes given out every 20 minutes on the Children’s stage – Remember if your not there, you can’t claim your prizes!
If you haven’t already done so – check our charity benefactors’ info page on this site and see just where your sponsorship money will be heading. It’s all in aid of three very eligible charities so get collecting now and help us raise our target amount of £40k this year.
- Please note all sponsorship money must be handed-in on the day – and remember it’s always useful if you can swim…