The Newquay event will be on the Thursday evening 23rd of September 2010
CLICK HERE to see the various charities’ we work with - however you can raise money for any charity you like.
The rules are that you must paddle some sort of craft or board and raise money for any registered charity. If you would like to enter a new distance or idea just contact us and we will add it to our on line form liked to the event
Distances are as follows:
4.30pm Groms NSLSC - relay paddle.
5.30pm Relay paddle - 1km paddle – stand up paddle boards – canoe/kayak - free style paddlers
6.30pm Fancy Dress Fun Paddle - 200 metre paddle.
6.50pm Pro Joe Way memorial cup relay paddle RNLI lifeguards only - 1km paddle.
7.50pm Prize giving – live music at the rowing club in the harbour
We will be sending out paddlers 15 at a time and as one person gets back they hand their rash vest to the next paddler on the beach so it is continued paddling to keep the spectators going
Stand up Paddle Board
Gig or Boat powered by Paddles
Highest fundraiser Groms - IPod and goodie bag
Highest fundraiser 1km - DVD player – Flat screen TV and goodie bag
Highest fundraising RNLI beach - Goodie bags
Wining RNLI beach - Joe way memorial cup
Raffle – surfboard – mountain bike – various
What is Paddle for life about?
It’s a charity event focused on raising awareness of Joe Way’s story and inspiring people to raise money for any registered charity they want.
How can I get involved?
There are several ways to get involved: Make a donation to our chosen charity through our web site. If you can paddle, you can participate in the event attend the Event and sponsor.
Become a sponsor and a corporate friend of Joe (view corporate friends page). Make a donation or provide auction prizes.
To register for the Newquay paddle event CLICK HERE
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