20th September 2019

Crowdfunder preview events during testing

Before we open, we'll be running some test sessions reserved for Crowdfunders. These will be run to help us get ready operationally and will be on fixed dates and times in October. They’ll be available on a first-come-first served basis and will only be available to those Crowdfunders who’ve already booked their surf slots.

Nina Whitby
Wavemaker - Content

Preview events and sessions

During the testing phase Crowdfunders will be invited to the site to take part in a range of different sessions being delivered by our team. We'll be testing the whole journey with us - from the moment you arrive and collect your equipment to the safety briefing and surfing experience. It will be an opportunity to help us make the experience brilliant for all our visitors.

These sessions might include:

  • Taking part in our range of different lessons
  • Running through our surf-only sessions
  • Coming along as a family with younger children
  • Participating in one of our adaptive surf training activities
  • Coming along as a mixed-ability group
  • Bringing your class of school children

If you are interested in taking part in these sessions, please fill in the form below so we can contact you about the testing phase.

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