The Joe Way Paddle for life which was held in June handed out the awards at their latest fundraiser at the Fistral beach bar which was raising money for the British longboard team who will represent the country at the ISA world games at Peru.
The “Endless Fundraiser” which was hosted by the Fistral beach bar along with Newquay surf life savers, included a Fistral Rangers session with Karl and an opportunity to surf along side some of the British team.
Newquay musician Joe Hurworth entertained the crowds and this years Paddle for life trophies where handed out, the 1km relay was won this year by the Newquay surf life savers team and the SUP cup was won by Jordan’s SUP team. The highest fundraiser trophy was retained by the Wave Project again this year
The winning team of the RNLI relay where the Carrick team and the Joe Way memorial cup was retained by North Fistral.
£1,000.00 was raised for the team with a donated keg from skinners which raised £200, the Beach bar added another £100 to the beer money and the raffle raised £350 with prizes from Rocky point, Fifteen, Driftwood Spars, Bodhi’s café along with many more prizes.
The Auction then run by Steve Skinner generated another £350 with a great O’Neill Clothes package, O’Neill wetsuits, a Jet ski training day, Body board and a tour around the Police fire arms HQ.
The GB surfing team are aiming to raise £10,000.00 to cover the trip and to also have some money left towards training the next generation of teamgb as there is no current funding for surfing.
To see photos of the fundraiser at Joe's FB page CLICK HERE