We’re delighted that the famous Croyde pub The Thatch is one of our partners, helping us create & run our surf heritage exhibitions and cultural events. This wonderful old Inn has been at the heart of the North Devon surfing community for decades and we’re really stoked to have them onboard. No visit to North Devon is complete without a night out at The Thatch!
Neil at Kingfisher Multimedia has provided seamless technical support for our audio visual and slideshow units, enabling us to change and update our content for each year’s new exhibition. His company also converted & installed a very cool period radio, programmed to play original surf music on a loop for our highly acclaimed exhibition in 2013, Sixties SURFER! Neil is always on hand with a smile & technical advice or suggestions for solution.
Skinner’s Brewery in Truro have been one of our key corporate partners since 2012. Founder Steve Skinner is a surfer, his son Ben is one of the world’s top longboard surfers. The Cornish brewers have a long track record supporting surfing & we’re proud to have them as part of our team.
Finisterre clothing at St Agnes are a key partner of the Museum of British Surfing. They are committed to a sustainable future and exemplify all that is the ‘Best of British’. Add to that the fact, they’re surfers, make great clothes for an active lifestyle and are damn nice people to boot – we’re honoured to be working with them & have their support.
Marsdens Cottage Holidays
Marsdens Cottage Holidays are a Braunton business who understand what it means to make a difference in their local community, and we’re delighted that they’re one of our corporate partners. If you’re coming to stay in North Devon to visit the Museum of British Surfing, Marsdens have a great range of properties available for you stay in near our stunning surfing beaches.
The Red Barn
The Red Barn is an iconic seafront pub that’s been at the centre of surf scene in Woolacombe for 40 years & we’re really pleased to have them as one of our corporate supporters – helping us to create our new surf history displays and so much more. They have a great collection of old surfboards hanging from the ceiling of the main bar, and great views out over the sea to Lundy!
Wavelength is Europe’s longest running surfing magazine – a key player in British surfing culture since 1981. The team have provided vital support for the Museum of British Surfing’s heritage exhibitions and we’re proud to have them as one of our key corporate supporters.
Tiki are the UK’s longest running surf company, still run by the two original founders Tim Heyland and Dave Aldrich-Smith. Based in Braunton since 1968 they continue to push the boundaries of surfing technology. We’re proud to have these true representatives of British surfing heritage on our team.
Parkin Estates is a family owned business that manages the award-winning Woolacombe Beach in North Devon. They have become one of our corporate partners, helping to create our surf heritage exhibition and events at the Museum of British Surfing,