Adams build custom surfboards for The Wave Project charity
A CORNISH surfboard builder has teamed up with a Truro-based surf charity to offer custom-built boards to its club members.
Adams surfboards will build boards for The Wave Project, a charity that runs a free surf club for young people who have faced difficulty in their lives.
Adams, which has a shop near Fistral Beach in Newquay, agreed to go head after members of the club requested their own boards with Wave Project branding.
The club is open to young people who have first been through a course and wish to continue surfing with The Wave Project.
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Adams has also agreed to sponsor an appeal for The Wave Project to get a new van to support the surf club.
Joe Taylor, the Wave Project’s chief executive: “It’s wonderful to see young people go from being incredible anxious and nervous about surfing, to requesting their own custom-made board.
“I’m delighted to link up with Adams Surf Boards to enable our members to get boards with the project’s logo.
“It will give our surf club members a real sense of pride to be able to go out into the water with their own custom board.”
Tom Cullen, from Adams, said: “We’re stoked to be working with The Wave Project and to be doing some incredible work with young people using the sport of surfing to improve their wellbeing.”