AALA (Adventurous activities licensing authority)
The Adventure Activities Licensing Authority provides licensing that ensures proper safety management practices. This allows young people to experience exciting outdoor activities without being exposed to avoidable danger.
Surf England is a not-for-profit organisation and the recognised national governing body for surfing in England. They provide membership for surfers, coaches, clubs and schools.
Surf GB is the governing body reprsenting surfing at the olympic level in the UK.
The RYA is the national governing body for most waterbased activities in the UK. Specifically reprsenting dinghy, yacht, motor boats, sailing, windsurfing and personal water craft users with training schemes and memberhip tools.
Bluefin Sports Insurance
Bluefin insurance are specialists in providing insurance for individuals who participate in all levels of sports.
Surf Life Saving GB provide teaching programmes for beach safety and a network of clubs that train members from the age 5 in the highest standards of beach safety, life saving, search and rescue.
SAS is an organisation campaigning for clean waters and improvements to water quality around our coasts and waterways.
The British Kitesurfing Association are the governing body for kite sports in the UK and provide memberhip structures and teaching packages to encourage the enjoyable safe adoption of kite sports for the public.
The RNLI are a charity that provides safety and rescue services for water users around the UK & Ireland and are entirely funded by charitable donations. Their volunteer lifeboat crews provide a 24 hour rescue service and seasonal lifeguards look after water users on our beaches. They also provide educational resources to allow people to avoid danger and self help.
The British Broadcasting Corporation is the national broadcaster in the UK and provides radio, television and news services the world over.