Resource published Sat, Nov 05, 2016 at 02:09AM UTC edited Sat, Nov 05, 2016 at 02:09AM UTC
Southbourne Surf Group Review: Nurturing your Love for the Sea Edit Title
Most of us spent our happiest and memorable childhood memories at the beach. Swimming, playing with sand to build molded castles and looking for sea shells on the seaside. Through the years, each one of us relives our childhood beach moments and experiences whenever we go back to the beach.
However, even though there’s an enjoyment on the sea, we cannot erase the fact that accidents and injuries can happen. Drowning is one of the leading accidentals deaths in beaches, such tragedies happen because many beach goers do not observe basic safety rules to follow when they visit the sea.
Lifesavers have the responsibility to create a safe environment where beach goers can enjoy swimming, surfing and boating without having to fear anything. It is an important task that should not be taken for granted. Southbourne Surf Life Saving Club Review (SSLSC) provides a safe and secure community for the residents and tourists of Southbourne. SSLSC is the home of a group of volunteer beach lifesavers founded in 1986. The club offers various activities for members of all ages. Most of their members consist of Young Life Savers (Nippers) who are trained in the application of rescue equipment. They also have elite members who compete in various Life Saving Sports events.
Southbourne Surf Life Saving Club inspire young people to get active, have fun with others and learn basic lifesaving skills that can be used to save themselves or others. The club does not only allow members to nurture their love for the outdoors but also their admirable desire to help keep Southbourne a safe place for the residents and tourists.
It is important to learn various lifesaving techniques, it might become useful when an unwanted situation arise. You wouldn’t know who you’re going to save, it can be the life of a family member, a co-worker, a friend or even a stranger.
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