Surf Camp News
Big Friday news: It's film night again, March Morocco trip
Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 09 February, 2007 : - - Its film night time again! On Wednesday 21st February Oakley are having us all back to theirs for surf films, beers and pizza! Its a double bill - 'Shelter' another Taylor Steele film by popular demand and a suprise from the Oakley archives, maybe surf, maybe snow, we haven't quite decided yet!
Shelter is the Moonshine Conspiracy's third and biggest project, and it carries the same spirit of 'Thicker Than Water' and 'September Sessions', sounds pretty good already.. Surfers featured include the likes of Machado and Dorian and also the surfing and thoughts of people such as Joel Tudor, Nat Young, Mick Fanning, Malia Jones, and many more.
Oakley are providing the beers, snacks and your surf fix and as usual we'll be collecting a £3 donation from everyone on the night for the English Surfing Federation. Just let us know you are coming to: email@example.com
Date:Wednesday 21st February - 7.30pm
Location: The Oakley O Store, Covent Garden (Its right on the piazza at the top of King St)
Escape to Morocco with Big Friday!
If this weather and cold is getting you down then why not join us for a week of sun and waves in Morocco in March, there are still a few spaces left! We're headed to Taghazout a small village just outside Agadir. Chris Thomson will join us again to provide personal surf tuition for everyone.
Taghazout boasts the epic Anchor Point and is bang in the middle of the action so whether we head to a nearby village or make a short drive north or south we will always find the best waves of the day. Mellow beach breaks.. heavy hollow reef breaks.. rolling point breaks.. something for everyone from beginners to the really experienced.
We might use different vehicles to split the group in the day so that everyone surfs the waves they want, but come evening everyone eats together on the deck overlooking the ocean. mmmm .. tempted? Trip dates: 18th to 25th March 2007
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