Over 250 surfers took part in the 2008 Chain for Charity. The event not only raises funds for worthwhile causes, but also highlights the importance of responsible use of the beach and protection of marine life.
Sustainable development and green-craft workshops play a big part in the event programme. Members of the public can participate in free activities, such as green woodworking above.
The Surfers' Chain for Charity
Matthew 'Corduroy' Carnie, competitor of the British Stand Up Paddle Association Championship
BSUPA race competitors
Making use of the free skate ramps
Sha Mehraban, local professional surfer
Fun in the sun
Green woodturning with Down to Earth
Green woodworking with Dragonfly
Dune jumping with the parkour team.
Our dedicated volunteers
"The best things in life are free"
Beach festival; Jay Doyle; beach; surfing; SUP; Stand Up Paddle Surfing; Swansea Bay; SUP surfing; watersports;