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RE: Beginner surfing SE England« Reply #1 on: July 26 2004 07:07:00 »
hey im from london.... the only place nearest would be north devon..so check it oyut....drive flat out and it woiuld be 4 hours....woolacombe, putsborough, barricane beach, saunton sands and croyde.
RE: Beginner surfing SE England« Reply #2 on: August 11 2004 03:08:00 »
You could check out the south coast - Brighton...West Wittering...Bournemouth. Although this isn't anywhere near as consistent as the Atlantic coasts of Devon, Cornwal or Wales you can access it more easily from where you live - you may want to search for links for info on these locations and the winds/weather patterns under which they get a wave. I wouldn't recommend just turning up, as more than likely (in the summer) it will be flat.
RE: Beginner surfing SE England« Reply #3 on: August 11 2004 08:08:00 »
wot sort of reply is that. You would get bigger waves in a swimming pool where u have suggested. Only the atlantic has waves - west coast
RE: Beginner surfing SE England« Reply #4 on: August 30 2004 18:08:00 »
Fancy assuming that there are no waves on the south east coast? your ingnorance has cost you some good surfing time.
before spouting a load of codswallop I suggest you do some research!!
RE: Beginner surfing SE England« Reply #5 on: September 01 2004 18:09:00 »
So there are waves in Brighton...my bad....but still they are crap and have no consistency what so ever....plus is the gay capital of the world...
RE: Beginner surfing SE England« Reply #6 on: September 04 2004 06:09:00 »