March 20th saw a number of teachers visit us to try coasteering out so that they can judge whether it would suit their pupils for some adventure activity days this summer.
As you can see the weather wasn’t that great (it was just before the amazing spell of sun and fantastic surf at the end of March).
The crew got stuck in to the adventure and some even admit that our top school group coach Karl Fice-Thomson taught them a thing or two about the local environment. The jumps were a thrill as ever, but not quite everyone took the plunge on the biggest ones.
Group organiser John ‘Hodgey’ Hodge looked quite a site in his light pink helmet and ‘snugg fitting’ wetsuit. When it came to the jumps, we all agreed it’s the quietest he’s ever been!
We’d like to say a big thanks for coming a long, we’re also grateful for the awesome feedback about the experience and we look forward to seeing you with your pupils nearer the summer.