English National Surf Competition

What’s it all about? The English National Surfing Championships will see the next generation of young surfers battle to knock established competitors off the top spot over three divisions, the UK’s top surfers will gather at Watergate Bay on the bank holiday weekend from Saturday 2 to Monday 4 May to compete for national titles. The annual event is organised by Surf and Science Technology students from Cornwall College’s Newquay campus and is firmly established on the English surfing calendar. 

The competition is spread across 14 divisions including Open, Longboard, Masters, Veterans, Ladies and Juniors. A total of 28 students are working alongside Dave Reed from the UK Pro Surf Association and Andy Sturt from the English Surfing Federation to organise the competition. Tyler Worth, joint project manager from Cornwall College, said: “This year, we’re taking the event to a whole new level and building on previous years’ success. We’re planning a black tie fundraising event and we’re currently looking into setting up a live feed of the competition via...

Boscastle Walking Week

What’s it all about  Boscastle Walking Week is an intimate event run by local people that has grown in popularity over the years. Welcoming new and returning walkers, participants in the organised walks get to explore the beautiful countryside around the village of Boscastle. What happens? As spring arrives, you can enjoy a week of walking along the Cornish coastline or amid woods and streams with local guides in one of Cornwall’s most spectacularly scenic areas. There is a mix of walks for all ages, abilities and interests so everyone can join in and discover more about this lovely part of the county on foot and in good...