Posted: Tue 1st Apr 2014

Wakeboarding on the River Dee! Find out more this Sunday at the Deeside Wakeboard & Water Ski Club

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Apr 1st, 2014


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This Sunday the 6th April, Deeside Wakeboard & Water Ski Club are inviting members of the public along to their annual AGM to showcase the club and its plans for the forthcoming season. 

The AGM is an ideal event for non members to find out more about wakeboarding and water skiing on the river Dee, you can also check out the facilities and meet existing members.

Deeside Wakeboard and Waterski Club is based on the tidal River Dee at Connah’s Quay.

It is a member owned, non-profit club, run by a team of volunteers.  

They cater for wakeborders and water skiers of all ages and abilities, from beginners to experts.  

If you cant make it on Sunday yet still interested in membership contact our club secretary [email protected].

 

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