The Welsh Bodyboard Club exists to promote grass roots bodyboarding in Wales, to be a voice for Welsh bodyboarding around the world, and to organise events to help strengthen the core of the sport in our country. Cymru (and Bodyboarding) am byth!
As much as it pains us to do so, we ask our members to refrain from surfing in Wales during the imminent “firebreaker lockdown”.
The advice given to members of the @welshsurfing_ federation from the relevant government department is as follows...
“As a result of these latest restrictions, the Welsh Surfing Federation have been re- quested by Sport Wales (SW) and the Welsh Sports Association (WSA) to advise our members NOT to Surf until the Firebreak has been lifted in Wales.”
It is hard for us all, particularly with the incoming swell but we hope we will soon be able to return to the waters to do what we love most.
Gutted booked a week off as my last leave for next week hoping for swell, and its going to be PUUMPING, instead got a pandemic lockdown, and an isolating child to look after, and I'm not even allowed to buy anything other than food in the shop... 2020 was crap as a drink and its even crappier as a year.. 🥴
Dean Williams.....now I dont know what's going on lol x
Last week we launched our brand new “Meet the members” podcast series and to follow it up this week we interview Gavin Roberts. Now residing in Wales, this Kernow character can be found surfing the South Wales coast and a regular face over at Brizzle!
To find out more about @gavinianroberts be sure to head to our website, Spotify, Apple Music or Soundcloud accounts and check the podcast out! 🤙🏻