Surfers Against Sewage launch free music download offer
A St Agnes charity will be offering free music tracks from chart topping artists in return for signatures on their online petition from today.
Surfers Against Sewage has launched #SIGNFORIT which gives people the chance to download free tracks from Jack Johnson, Ben Howard and Gabrielle Aplin throughout September.
To get the free downloads people will have to sign the charity’s online petition, Protect Our Waves (POW).
At the end of September everyone who has signed the petition to date will also be entered in to mass draw to win a surfboard designed by 11 times world surfing champion Kelly Slater.
Buy one get one free on main course and specials excludes fillet steaks and beef Wellington
Must book to qualify 01209 860332 and present voucher on arrival
Mon- Thur 6-9pm
Contact: 01209 700617
Valid until: Saturday, December 21 2013
The POW cause is calling for greater protection of UK surf spots, specifically in relation to marine litter, sewage discharges and coastal developments.
Nearly 50,000 people have already signed the petition which will be delivered to 10 Downing Street in October.
Today’s free #SIGNFORIT track is Ben Howard’s Oats in the Water. The song will be available for 24 hours and everyone who has signed the petition to date will be eligible for a free download.
The Brit Award winner said: “I’ve been a Surfers Against Sewage supporter for years and was delighted to donate one of my tracks for the #SIGNFORIT initiative. Music and surfing have always gone hand in hand, so rewarding SAS campaigners is a fantastic way to motivate even more support and help better protect UK surf spots for future generations.
“I’ve surfed all over the UK and have seen these environmental problems first-hand, so tackling the issues is very close to my heart.”
Awake by Gabrielle Aplin will be available for download between September 11 and 12, while an exclusive Jack Johnson track will be released by the charity between September 18 and 19.