Paddle ambassadors and international surfers Ben Skinner and Tom Butler are interviewed in the new video which features footage from last year's event including the skydivers jumping out of the plane and landing on Towan beach.
This year’s Crowdfunder page had to be special as it was the tenth event and singer James Morrison has signed and played a new guitar which is the star pledge this year.
James, from Newquay, who has enjoyed a global success as a singer-songwriter has been a long time supporter of the Newquay toddlers event and has helped promote Joe’s Appeal to thousands of extra supporters over the years.
The Guitar is one of many pledges which also includes signed canvas prints from surfers Ben Skinner and Tom Butler along with Team Rider t-shirts and signed posters, C-Skins wetsuit, Segway sessions and lots more.
Matt Way said, “we are really excited about this year’s Crowdfunder Page which is being supported and featured by Crowdfunder so it’s another great way to raise money for charity and get Joe’s inspiring story out there”.
CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE CROWDFUNDER PAGE
As it’s the tenth Paddle the prize draw has a great list of prizes including a custom surf board experience with Ben Skinner, who will make one kids dream come true with a tour of his surfboard factory and a custom made SKINPUP surfboard, two nights on Tolcarne beach for two in a beautiful surf cabin on the sand, two tickets at Lusty Glaze to see RAZORLIGHT, a Jet ski experience with the guys at Wave runner, Urban Beach wet bag and goodies as well as an indo balance board signed by champion long boarder Ben Skinner and big wave rider Tom Butler.
You can buy your raffle tickets from Towan Blystra Lions, Matt Way, Surf Life Saving clubs, The Boardroom surfshop in Newquay and the Newquay Voice office by Sainsbury’s.
Matt Way said, “We are the only FREE music gig which is held in the harbour and the paddle is all about the community coming together, celebrating Joe’s story, raising money for over 20 great causes and showcasing the Newquay spirit. As a family, we are very proud of how the town has made this event so special”.
The paddling starts with the skydive onto Towan beach at 3.30pm and the last registration for a heat is 6pm so there is plenty of time to arrive when people have finished work, the Joe Way memorial RNLI lifeguard race is just after 7pm. Boards are provided with lots of help from Newquay and Lusty Glaze Surf Life Savers so all you need is your wetsuit! Swimmers, SUP’s and canoes are also welcome.
To take part in the Joe Way Paddle for life 2017 and get up to date news see our paddle event page.