The ‘SAS Invinci-Ball’ - granted license by Cornwall Council
Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) is delighted to announce that the SAS Invinci-Ball has been granted its license from Cornwall Council.
The SAS Ball is a key platform for SAS to promote all it does to protect the waves, beaches and oceans around the UK in 2010. Make sure you join the SAS 20th Anniversary celebration and give your super hero costumes the airing they so rightfully deserve come September 3rd! The last remaining tickets have just been released for sale at:
The ‘SAS Invinci-Ball’ 20th anniversary celebrations will take place on Friday, 3rd September at the Porthtowan Eco-Park, a brand new site at the heart of SAS’s Badlands birthplace, Porthtowan. The event will be fancy dress of course, the theme being ‘Invinci-Ball’, so come dressed to impress, possibly even as your favourite super heroes.
Famed for bringing together the surf and water sports community from Cornwall and right across the UK, the SAS Ball has been sorely missed since it was last held back in 2006. The event is a celebration of all that SAS’s environmental campaigns have and continue to achieve for our beloved surf spots and beaches. Importantly it also gives SAS the chance to thank loyal members and supporters for their help over the years. The Ball also raises vital funds for SAS’s ongoing environmental campaigns, which continue to achieve massive amounts for the UK’s waves, beaches and oceans using tried and tested Invinci-Ball campaign techniques!
Hugo Tagholm, Surfers Against Sewage Director says; “We are delighted that we have been granted our license for the SAS Invinci-Ball, which will be a fantastic Badlands celebration of Surfers Against Sewage!”
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