The fifth Joe Way Paddle for life lands Joe Francis acoustic sunset session on the beach on Thursday 21st June at Newquay harbour
The annual charity paddle has a new music element with a sunset session on the beach with Joe Francis a local home grown acoustic singer/songwriter who has recorded out at Memphis Tennessee, he will be providing a laid back vibe and all are welcome to come down and relax on the beach.
The charity fun Paddle starts at 4pm and around 6.30pm Titan will arrive to entertain the crowds which is all being broadcasted live on line, once the beach session has finished local band Sweet little things will be picking up the pace in the rowing club until late. Sweet Little Things are a Newquay rock band playing classic rock anthems from the Rolling Stones through to the Kaiser Chiefs.
This year's prize draw has also been supported with Boardmasters tickets, indo board, animal surf gear and more.
Lusty Glaze beach who form part of the Paddle safety team and have been supporting the event since it started have also donated a pair of FEEDER tickets for their legendary Sundowner sessions which will be on the 26th July.
Paddlers and swimmers ages start from 5 years upwards and the entry fee is £10 per adult and £5 per child (under 18's) which is paid on the day with everyone also getting a certificate, free prize ticket and a discount voucher for food. The event is about family fun and everyone helps each other along.
The event starts at 4pm and the last registration and time in the water is 6.30pm so there is plenty of time to arrive when people have finished work, Titan the Robot and the lifeguard race is just after 6.30pm. Boards are provided with the lots of help from Newquay surf life savers so all you need is your wetsuit or trunks, swimmers and canoes are welcome.
To take part in the Joe Way Newquay Paddle for life 2012, see what happened at last years event and get up to date news go to www.joewaypaddle.co.uk