A new approach to wellbeing

Improving confidence

Celebrating Difference

Sharing the Stoke!

At the Wave Project, we help young people to reduce anxiety and improve confidence through surfing! Our award winning surf courses are proven to help clients feel calmer, more motivated and better about their future.

 

Testimonials

My client loved the Wave Project. When she spoke about it she became more animated and couldn’t help laughing at herself. From a professional’s point of view the project and staff did everything they said they would. Really great to have this to offer to young people.
Debbie Ashton, Child Development Centre, Dorset HealthCare NHS Trust.

 

Volunteer drivers needed in North Devon!

The Wave Project is appealing for volunteer drivers from Bideford and Barnstaple to help young people access free surfing sessions in Croyde. Following the closure of Torridge Community Transport Association, the project has been left without no drivers to transport... read more

More funding for Wave Project Scotland!

The Wave Project in Scotland is set to run more free surfing lessons for disadvantaged young people after receiving £8,500 further funding. The Dunbar-based project has received a cash boost of £5,000 from Sport Relief and £3,000 the Daisy Chain Trust – plus... read more

Surf Club in Dorset!!

This Saturday marked the beginning of the Wave Project Dorset’s season of 2015! Despite the low temperatures, the sun made it out and the swell set in just in time for their first Surf Club session. Everyone managed to ride their first waves of the year and... read more

Testimonials

My son has been being bullied at school which has seriously affected his confidence. Taking part in the Wave Project and conquering his fear of falling off the board has really helped increase his confidence. Thank you.
Mrs J.B, Isle of Wight

 

 

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