Club Patrols 2010

Perranporth Surf Lifesaving Club was founded by members who volunteered their time to help keep the beach safe for the locals and holiday-makers. This tradition has continued for over 50 years. In that time there have been many changes, not least of which has been the coming of professional lifeguards and, latterly, the involvement of the RNLI, bringing new standards of professionalism, training and equipment.

On busy weekends from Easter, the club runs a system of patrols which integrates closely with the professional lifeguards in providing qualified and/ or experienced volunteers to assist the RNLI Lifeguards on the beach and in the surf and in public education activities.

We aim to provide two to three club volunteers to work alongside RNLI Lifeguards for four hours during the busiest part of the day on peak weekend days. If you are suitably qualified and/or experienced to help with either educational or active patrolling activities, and wish to volunteer your services for the club in this way, please contact the Club Captain, Simon Boyle at