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The Gul Night Surf has arrived. 12/13/14th June 2009

The Gul Night Surf has arrived. 12/13/14th June 2009
Stop No 2 of 9 on 2009 UK PST
Fistral Beach, Cornwall
12th – 14th June 2009
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The Night has arrived, the Gul Night Surf is this weekend and the surfs’ up!!! With only 3 weeks to organise the legendary event and save the night surf we have done it. The weather is looking good and the swell is on it’s way. The Gul Night Surf has attracted a world class line up, with
Britain’s top surfer and Gul team rider Russell Winter back from the Maldives and looking forward to surfing his home break.

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Sunset Surf Launches Shop

Sunset Surf Launches online shop.

For over 5 years here at Sunset surf we have been providing in depth tried and tested reviews of as much surf gear as we have been able to get our hands on. We have reviewed wetsuits, clothing, DVD's, accessories and lots of other surf related goods.

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Gul Surf Night Surf

The Gul Night Surf - Events Schedule

Stop No 2 of 9 on 2009 UK PST
Fistral Beach, Cornwall
12th – 14th June 2009

The Gul Night Surf is less than a week away and what a weekend it is going to be.
The forecast is looking good with southerly winds and 3-4ft waves and some nice
Weather breaks across the weekend.

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The Gathering - A Protect our waves action
THE GATHERING - A PROTECT OUR WAVES ACTION
 
Surfers Against Sewage's (SAS) new campaign Protect Our Waves (POW) campaign is having its first action, The Gathering, and we need you to get involved! Simply turn up to Kimmeridge Bay with your wetsuit and board at 10am on Saturday the 20th of June, International Surfing Day and show the MoD how important waves are to surfers and waveriders. This is your chance to be an active part of a solution-based campaign protecting waves. 
 
 
SAS Mermaids tears victory

SAS campaigners are in London today, World Environment Day, celebrating a campaign victory on the problem of mermaid's tears.

As you'll already know from our ongoing campaign, mermaid's tears are one of the most common litter items on UK beaches. They are the raw material from which plastic products are made and can be a persistent problem in the environment. Once in the sea, they can increase in toxicity as they adsorb aquaphobic chemicals, carcinogenics and PCBs, that can bioaccumulate (work their way up the food chain)

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