It’s quite simple really – it’s about having fun on the water in a safe and friendly environment. We’re a members club, run by the members for the members.
Whether or not you have tried waterskiing, wakeboarding, kneeboarding or tubing before, whether you’re an expert Slalom Skier or an accomplished Wakeboarder – whether you are just wanting to learn – you will be assured of a warm welcome. Indeed whether or not you just want a cup of tea and to enjoy the spectacle going on in front of you – you’re welcome. The Club House and Coffee Bar are open most weekends, Bank Holidays and School Holidays. You will be more than welcome.
Want to give it a try? Why not Have A Go – or just come on down and someone will be happy to show you around and perhaps take you out on the water. Day memberships tickets are available – as is Tea, Coffee and Snacks.
CWWSC is one of the oldest clubs in the UK and has been at the forefront of performance skiing and wakeboarding for many years. World Class athletes from the club have gone on to represent the UK at many International tournaments with great success.
But don’t get the idea that this club is all about ‘performance’ – it’s not – it’s about fun. Fun for all.. perhaps you included?
There are two lakes at the club. The larger lake is for everyone of every standard – for tubing, wakeboarding, wakesurfing and skiing. The second lake is the Tournament Lake – this has a combined slalom / jump course and a jump ramp with Splasheye distance measurement but is also available for wakeboarders or anyone looking for flat water
CWWSC is affiliated to the BWSW which means that all our members are also members of the BWSW bringing further benefits.
If you would like more information you can find all the contact details and a map here.
If you've not got it yet you can get the October Newsletter here CWWSC Newsletter Oct 2018...read more
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