There have been numerous discussions going on behind the scenes which have enabled us to confirm the following update for the Junior surf series for the rest of the season. Thanks for your patience, and we’re stoked to bring some great news!
Within the next 48 hours everyone that entered the Bude and Newquay events will be contacted directly, with options for refunds and withdrawal from the event if you cannot attend the new dates. Please note you have a week to inform us of this (details in direct email).
Revised dates and plans for this very exciting one-day series:
- West Cornwall Boardriders event – (Praa Sands) Saturday 10th September; back up date Sunday 11th September
- Newquay Boardriders event (Fistral Beach) Saturday 1st October (please note this is the backup date for the English Interclub Surfing Championships – if interclub’s are pushed back to this date the new date (and also back up date) for Newquay will be Monday 24th October 24 (half term holidays). Event format here.
- Tynemouth event (Tynemouth) Saturday 8th or Sunday 9th October – As part of the North Sea Weekender festival, hosted by Tynemouth Surf Co.
- Bude WaveRiders (Widemouth Bay) Saturday 22nd October. Event format here.
We will be opening entries for the West Cornwall Boardriders event on Thursday 11th August through LiveHeats, see Event Format for more details. Please note this forms the T&C’s of the contest and is agreed to by entering.
We are very excited for the Autumn to deliver more events in this fantastic new series. Surfing England and core sponsors Eola and Animal UK will be working closely with the surf clubs to make sure that the events are a great success!
Phil Williams, Surfing England’s lead on this event said ‘We appreciate everybody’s support and understanding as a result of having to postpone two events due to weather, but I’m very confident that we will complete the series with some amazing surfing and a great set of community events throughout England. Thanks for the fantastic backing from the sponsors Eola and Animal UK, and surfing England staff and of course the surf clubs involved, a huge thank you to everybody for their contribution to make this a success.’
For all the latest news keep checking the Surfing England social platforms and website. All surfers entered will be emailed updates directly.
For more information, please contact Phil on: firstname.lastname@example.org
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