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  • Last year I traveled to Bangladesh to work on a project with a friend of mine; Alamgir Khan. Alamgir works as a lifeguard in Cox’s Bazar, and is also the first person

  • As part of my day job with the RNLI, I have been lucky enough to spend a bit of time working in Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh. The waves there are surprisingly fun, and t

  • Trying to maintain a DIY ethos, I decided not to go to an external company to produce Nelson Shapes merchandise, but to learn how to do it at home. The wisdom of this decis

  • Jess Frere-Smith is probably one of the better female surfers on the east coast of England, and a good friend of mine. I worked closely with her Dad, Adam, on the developme

  • Summertime produced some lovely weather on the east coast, but was pretty poor from a surfing perspective. Neptune has been making up for the wave starved summer by sending

  • Last weekend saw the annual vintage surf competition at East Runton; an event which brings together surfers from all around the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk to remember

  • This weekend I headed over to Wales to catch up with some friends, and managed to score some pretty fun waves too. While I was there I dropped off this 5’7 Glider with my m