Help Build the Museum of British Surfing

Pete Robinson is working his sanity to the bone in trying to bring us a beautiful Museum of British Surfing to North Devon.

If you use Facebook you can become a fan of The Museum and Pete has just posted information about a 'buy a brick' campaign to help fund the building of the museum. You can buy a brick for a tenner and your name will go on a plaque. Here's the info as on Facebook:

Museum of British Surfing - building blocks appeal

We now have more than 900 friends here on Facebook alone - that's a powerful force of support and we need your help.
Our plan is to create a carbon neutral Eco-home for the Museum of British Surfing at Saunton in North Devon, and now is your chance to be a big part of that.

For a donation of £10 (UK sterling) to our Registered Charity, we will log your name and you will 'buy a building-block' to create the surf museum - we'll make sure your name is inscribed on a founders' plaque in the museum when it is open, to publicly thank you for your donation and support. Of course we would be delighted if you want to donate more and buy more than one 'block'!

If you're a UK tax payer we can claim Gift Aid on your donation, which means the Museum will receive an extra 25% from the Government.
Please help - it will be a very special Christmas present to the surf museum if you can.
Thanks very much for your support, from the Trustees and team at the Museum of British Surfing (Registered Charity No. 1131433).

How to donate:

Please post a cheque to: Museum of British Surfing Ltd, Barn View, Lower Park Road, Braunton, North Devon EX33 2HJ.
Don't forget to include your name and address because we'll need that to send you a Gift Aid form, and for the inscription at the Museum when it opens.

If you are outside the UK, please email for information on the best way to donate.

All donations received will go towards the planning and building of our new Museum only.

Our Charity's official objects are:
3.1 To advance the education of the public in the history and development of surfing and its antecedents, in particular by establishing a museum for the permanent exhibition
and preservation of items of educational, cultural and/or historic value;
3.2 To promote art, music and film for the public benefit through activities including but not limited to exhibitions, displays and events including but not limited to those held
at the Museum of British Surfing; and
3.3 To promote for the benefit of the public the conservation protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment.


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