The Museum of British Surfing, based up the road in Braunton. The board on the right is 100 years old!
Barefoot Wine... (fascinating story behind 'Barefoot' but will save for another occasion).
What SAS had to say in their newsletter following the weekend:
"The SAS team has just returned from our annual SAS Regional Reps training weekend. It is always inspiring to bring our regional leaders together to hear about the SAS campaign actions and projects they’ve been active on for their respective stretch of coastline".
"They bring their local knowledge, local connections, motivations and ideas to help create an increasingly strong national SAS movement tackling coastal pollution."
"The weekend included classroom sessions, interactive presentations and activities, and beach-based exercises. We included a beach clean and, using the collected marine litter, implemented lots of Return To Offender (RTO) activity."
"In just an hour of beach cleaning our team removed 78kgs of litter and then sent over 50 items back to manufacturers through the RTO campaign!"
"We’d like to thank LUSH and the Patagonia Tides Foundation who have been hugely supportive of our Regional Reps in 2011 and of our work tackling marine litter this year."Pickwell Manor for their donation to make the event possible Thanks to SAS Directors Ben Hewitt, Richard Gregory and Jim Gorrod for all their help with the event."