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Catching Waves - Credit to Reading University Surf Club

‘Everybody Let’s go Surfing!’ – Reading University Surf Club

Why joining the Reading University Surf Club is the best decision you will make all year:

Starting off with a title which is clearly in a bias position, here’s why I believe you should join what is
without a doubt the best society at the University of Reading. Getting out of the uni bubble is always a good idea, as there’s only so many union nights and Snakebites one can have without wondering: Is there anything more to life than this?
The answer is yes, there is, and not only does it include meeting loads of new people, you also get to practice and
learn the art of surfing. With two trips a term to places like Newquay or Woolacombe, and a yearly
international trip, Surf Club is a great way live amazing adventures in gorgeous places.

Amazing Trips – Credit to Reading University Surf Society

It doesn’t matter if you’re a pro or if you’ve never touched a surfboard in your life, you are sure to have an
unforgettable experience in RUSC! Not only will you improve your surfing skills, but you’ll also get to
mingle with incredible people from all over the University.
Our latest trip to Portugal was our largest one yet, with almost 50 people coming on it. Apart from the trips, RUSC holds many fun-filled socials every term, where you can meet plenty of people and get in the waviest fancy dress! So join our Facebook page to keep updated with all of our up and coming events and follow our Instagram to see what we get up to on our trips!

Beach Bum Life – Credit to Reading University Surf Club

If you are keen to learn more about how to get involved with the Surf Club you can contact them via their social media:




Special thanks to Maeve de Bordóns Álvarezfor the article.

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