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Beach & Surf Safety

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Understand The Risks and Surf Safely

Surfing hotspots can be a mass of bodies and boards when the sun is out and the surf is rolling. Impacts between surfboards and other surfers can cause serious injuries and so being aware of others in the water and staying between the black and white flags is essential for your safety.

Following some basic surfing etiquette and safety advice helps to make the surf a safer, friendlier and fun place for everyone.

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Beach Safety Advice

As an RNLI Lifeguarded beach, beach safety is our top priority.
We want you to stay safe while you’re at the beach so please read The RNLI guide to help you stay incident-free.

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Surfing Etiquette

Surfing Etiquette is the most important thing to learn before you set foot in the surf. These rules are not so much “rules” as they are a proper code of conduct designed to keep everyone in the water safe and happy. People who repeatedly break these rules are often given the stink-eye, a stern talking to and yelled at with obscenities!

To read more click the link below

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Working Hard for Clean Beaches and Seas

We believe that every piece of litter removed from the beach matters. So it doesn’t matter if you do 2 minutes or 30. Each and every piece of marine
plastic removed from the beach is a piece that will no longer go on to kill.