Winter Training – 06/11/2017 – Senior Team

While the weather is still warm and there is still some sunlight, we will be getting in the water at Gorleston Beach.

We completed a 2 mile paddle and did some work on our Gorleston Club House on Sunday.

Please can all Senior members view the Winter Training Check List to ensure the right equipment for training, If you need help with this let us know!

Waveney Surf Life Saving Club are also going to be running First Aid, Theory Based and Pool Sessions during the winter months for seniors and nippers, if your interested please contact us at: waveneyslsc@gmail.com or Tel: 07729556768



Aviva community fund


Our club is on the Aviva community fund website and we need your help! Please click the link below to view our project for next year and help us secure funding by voting for us.
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Thank you everyone for your ongoing support with our club ❤💛

#TeamWave #GetFit #StayFit #SaveLives

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SLSGB National Championship Results

So proud of our team members Hal Tooley and Nick Ayers who took on the other lifesavers in the UK at the Surf Life Saving GB Nationals. Some amazing results with Hal taking an impressive 5th in the Beachflags final and Nick making finals and semi finals in his events, taking two bronze medals in the Taplin relay and board relay they both race under the North Norfolk Surf Life Saving cap who respectively finished 4th overall in the Men’s category! Wow. The future is definitely bright for the east region in surflifesaving ! Thanks to the support of the Big Lottery Fund and  Aqua Sport International #futureisbright #champsinthemaking #joinus ❤💛

Summer Training

Summer so far


For our club members and volunteer’s August is flying by and the summer will soon be in our memories for 2017.

This is only because of our fun packed Surf Life Saving times with our Surf Cadet summer programme.


Our Surf Cadets have been enjoying Lowestoft’s golden sands and glorious North Sea.

We would like to thank our friend Ashley (Lifeguard and Coach from New Zealand) for helping on the first few days of Surf Cadets.


The Surf Cadets programme involves the game of beach flags, which is fun, energetic and brings friendly competition for the nippers.


This friendly competition creates friendships while also improving sporting ability and with three more sessions left to go, they will increase their life saving skills and knowledge.


2017 has seen our seniors training three times a week, practising Surf Life Saving Skills and improving their fitness for the SLSGB Nationals at the end of August.


Our members progression is important, from starting as a Surf Cadet, to becoming a Life Saver and having opportunities to progress on to be a coach or compete nationally in sport.

Thank you to all our volunteers and everyone who has got involved so far to make a summer turn into a community inspired summer!

If your interested in getting involved please contact us!