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Summer Fun at SEAS

Open Evenings





We have managed to begin the season with some fantastic evenings open to all participants and we hope to continue this over the summer. 

As our awesome volunteers may be enjoying the summer themselves (yes we do allow them to go on holiday 🌞 ), we may have less on the water activity available but never fear, the barbeque will be in full swing and the dock will still be a buzzing place to socialise between sessions.


Date

Accessibility on pontoon

Thursday 4th July

Good  👍

Tuesday 9th July

Poor   👎

Tuesday 16th July

Good  👍

Thursday 1st August

Good  👍

Tuesday 13th August

Good  👍


All sessions start at 5.30 pm, please don’t arrive early as we need to let the Conway Centre sessions finish and to set up. If you are able to park in the top car parks and make your way down, that helps keep the drive clear for those who need it.

If you’d like a little more information or want to let us know that you’re coming (that really helps planning) then reach out on facebook or email


A Paddle Adventure: Saturday 27th July 



We’re planning a little trip along the Menai Straits. 

Although under our own power, we’ll be using the tide to help us get from our starting point near Caernarfon back to the Conway Centre. It should be much more gentle than the frantic raft race and we’ll stop somewhere along the way for lunch.

So that we can plan and ensure appropriate support, this will not be an open event.

If you are interested in coming, you must let Matt or Karl know by Tuesday 16th July. You can speak to them at one of the open evenings or drop us an email (participate@seassailability.org.uk). 


Registration Reminder:

We need a little bit of information from everyone who takes part in activity so that we have details in case of emergency, can get hold of you to tell you about what’s going on and know whether we can use our photos. You only need to complete this once unless anything changes and there is now an online version if you don’t want to spend time at the dock filling out paperwork instead of getting on the water.

We ask that everyone, whether participating or just supporting, signs in each evening. This is important not only so that we know who is at the dock but also vital evidence for our future funding.


Volunteering:

SEAS could not exist without it’s wonderful volunteers. If you are interested in helping out we have roles for all whether its greeting people as they arrive, helping out with the bbq, letting people know what activities are available or helping out on boats. Chat with Matt or Jon to find out more.


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