The PIG Dippers - Net-Swimming and Breakfast Club
Cornwall Chamber of Commerce and Sara Tremayne Taylor from Brooks Financial Planning Limited have teamed up with Anna Hayward at THE PIG – at Harlyn Bay to create The PIG Dippers - a monthly net-swimming and breakfast club for those who want to start the day FRESH. For our August edition we will be heading over to the idyllic Harlyn Bay for a swim to blow away those cobwebs... Ready for the weekend.
Benefits of cold water swimming include an increased tolerance to stress, self esteem boost, decreased inflammation, increased immunity, glowing skin aaaaand the list goes on and on!! So join us for a dip, a chinwag and a glow up down at Harlyn Bay!
We'll meet at THE PIG – at Harlyn Bay at 08:30 then walk down to the beach for a swim. Afterwards, we will head back to THE PIGs Lobster Shed for a light breakfast of granola bars, pastries and some of their famous bacon baps, which have been generously gifted by the hotel . Because of this, we have very limited availability, so we do ask to only book on if you are truly ready to commit. If you are unable to make it, just let Zoe (our Membership Executive) know and we will fill the spot.
This event is free to attend, but we ask that you make a donation to The National Lobster Hatchery via this link, all donations welcome, please quote 'PigSwim' so our lobster friends know it's us donating...
Tips and useful info
- Bring a towel & potentially swim shoes / flipflops for the walk from The PIG to the beach
- There will NOT be a trained lifeguard available (unfortunately)
- Don't forget to lift share, to save your pennies and the planet
- Weather dependent - if its Storm Eunice part 2 outside, we may cancel
This swim is entirely at your own risk, please only attend if you are a strong, confident swimmer.
The PIG, CCoC and Brooks are not responsible for your safety and belongings during the event.
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