We’re a small shop. A few salty types in the front and a handful of organised types in the back, that means we’re all struggling pleasantly to get things done while maintaining (or better still, improving ) the Club.
With everyone’s time at a premium, it’s fantastic we are supported by the local community so well.
Take yesterday; the Juniors wanted to raise some money towards life saving equipment, so they took a walk on the wild side on the coast path to St. Agnes in horrible conditions and raised hundreds of pounds.
Lisa and Liam Mannall are a joy. Once an idea is hatched, they follow their instinct, ” please borrow the mini bus”, “How can I help with the risk assessments?”
Adam Coad rings up (old school style) ” How can I help?”
Scuba Jon texts, ” logistics sorted, let’s GO”
No rocket science goes on here, it’s just people helping people.
Well Done to Di Jobes, she has passed her level 1 coaching award, she’s entering the new year with confidence and a spring in her step, and the nippers will be stoked with her enthusiasm.
If, like Diane you are looking for an entirely new approach to life this year and you are not down with the drag-your-little-butt-to-the-gym-programme. We have put measures in place to help, Adam, Jon, Kerry Rhys and myself have all passed the trainer /assessor course, which enables us to encourage more members to get involved and pass their board competencies or maybe complete the Beach Lifeguard Exam. Blurring the lines between relaxation and physical activity is a goal and surely will be the cherry on top of the whipped cream.
Come and support the Club at our AGM on April 11th at 2:00. It’s down at the hut, we’ll put the kettle on and tell you what’s brewing this year. There’s a thousand ways you can be involved, from fund raising, helping with logistics, to inspiring the Nippers and Juniors.
We are endeavouring to be a Club for all, with the local community at the heart.
As always thanks for your continued support.