Historic day for UK surfing

Museum of British Surfing

Yesterday, the Museum of British Surfing opened to the public. The night before, about 200 local dignitaries and national surf legends attend a launch event sponsored by Finisterre, SAS and Skinners brewery. Everyone I spoke to was raving about the Museum which aims to be the best and greenest surf museum in the world.

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video journals

  • SURFING WAVES
  • Morte Point centenary picnic
  • Nick Thorn's swim from Lundy to Woolacombe
  • Folly of Youth
  • The joy of flowing movement
  • Summer feelings
  • The Bees are sharing
  • James
  • Thanks Lyndon
  • LovettWaldenMcTavish
  • Cotty's knee meets hurricane Igor
  • Community Arts mural
  • Lunch at Porthleven Dinner in Devon
  • Paul O’Grady
  • Seasonal greetings
  • Dolphins

image journal

  • not yesterday
  • Inverted perceptions
  • Exotic location
  • Standing stones
  • Surrealism
  • Vapourous ships of the dawn
  • Metal detectors behind me
  • Hands up this is a stick up
  • It's behind you
  • Stiff offshore
  • First drop in temperature for weeks
  • Towers of rain
  • Great anvils of moisture
  • The architect of the tide
  • Bird botherer
  • Serene scene

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