Piha SLSC

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Piha Surf Life Saving Club Inc (Piha SLSC) was the first surf lifesaving club to be formed on one of the most rugged west coast beaches in

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Investing in the future of our youth and our community-Piha Junior Surf, Nippers and Tadpole programmes provide the opportunity for fun at the beach while increasing knowledge and awareness of the beach and surf safety. There is generally a natural progression for our youth from Tadpole/Nipper/Junior programmes to transition to Qualified Patrolling Piha Guards at the age of 14.

Last season Piha SLSC patrolled for 5,648 hours, made 37 rescues, assisted 75 people with first-aid, performed 9 searches, 1,225 preventative actions and 6,390 people preventatives. This is all done on a voluntary basis and does not reflect the true amount of hours required for physical and practical training to ensure a high level of performance.


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Piha Surf Boats  11 October 2013

Piha Boaties - NZ Club Champions 2013

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  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 23 Jan 2015

    $100

    $100

  • NZ Police

    NZ Police on 05 Jan 2015

    Private

    Thank you for the use of your iconic facilities for the launch of our safer summer road safety campaign. You went above and beyond to create an unforgettable event.

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  • Lisa & John Anderson

    Lisa & John Anderson on 03 Apr 2014

    $50

    My father Terry Neville was one of the original members - in his memory we make this donation to one of his 3 loves in life :)

    $50

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 05 Mar 2014

    $250

    $250

  • Lynda Wells

    Lynda Wells on 11 Nov 2013

    $25

    Keep up the good work Piha SLSC

    $25


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