Annual Locals' Pass, exclusive offers and latest jobs

Community means everything to us and that’s why we love supporting local people by offering something special to say thank you for your support. Our £15 Annual Locals' Pass gives people living in places with postcodes starting BS35 5, BS35 4 or BS32 4 (approximately within a mile of The Wave) special deals, year-round access to the cafe-bar, and in January and February one FREE surf

About the Annual Locals' Pass

Following our warm-up period people will need to purchase a spectator pass to access The Wave. The Annual Locals' Pass gives you year-round site access, as well as giving local residents invitations to special events and regular special offers.

  • Enjoy entry to the grounds to watch the surfing and visit the restaurant and cafe all year round for just £15 for adults. Under 16s free.
  • Get the opportunity to sign up for our exclusive Locals' Events.
  • Receive exclusive seasonal discounts in our cafe-bar and shop overlooking our 180m surfing lake.

See what it's all about with a FREE beginner lesson if you book before February Half Term

As a gift to our local community and to say thank you for all your support during the last few weeks of our Warm-Up phase, we're offering everyone who has a Locals Pass the chance to try out one of our beginner lessons for FREE. We offer lessons for all ages, delivered by our experienced team of coaches. To take up the offer, holders of the Locals Pass need to contact hello@thewave.com or come to The Wave site from Tuesday 21st January

This offer applies to any beginner session booked during weekdays only until 14 February 2020.

Seasonal offers just for locals

We will be offering seasonal deals exclusively to the local community.

One month this might be a breakfast upgrade when you book to surf or special deals in our shop, another month we might offer free ice cream after 3pm or invitations to a local feast.

When you sign up for your Annual Locals' Pass you can opt to join our Locals' Newsletter to make sure you hear about all available offers.

Jobs and careers at The Wave

The Wave is a small team but we’re growing quickly. This means we’re looking for brilliant people to join us for the next exciting chapter in our story. If you live close to our site, please let us know if you're interested in any of our latest vacancies.

How to get your Annual Locals' Pass

You can come and register at our gatehouse. The pass is for people who live around a mile from The Wave – i.e. in postcodes starting with BS35 5, BS35 4, or BS32 4.

You just need to pop in with proof of your address and our team will get everything set up for you in no time. Your pass will be valid for one year from the day you sign up.

Sign up to our local community mailing list. This is the best way to get updates and also find out when the Annual Locals' Pass will be on sale.

Photo ID

You'll need to bring one proof of identity that includes your photograph and shows your address. Examples of suitable photo ID include a driving licence or bus pass showing your current address.

No photo ID? Bring three forms of proof of residence

If you have no photo ID, we'll need three other items showing your name and address, such as recent utility bills, bank statements, a rent book or similar documents.

Photographs

Annual Locals’ Pass holders (over-16s) will be photographed upon activation of the pass. The image will be securely stored and will be used only for identification purposes when you arrive at The Wave, or to prevent misuse of the Locals’ Pass.

Keep in touch

If you have any ideas or thoughts on how we can support the local community, don't hesitate to get in touch by calling us or sending an email to community@thewave.com

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