Junior Club Progression Results

Posted November 19th, 2014 by Junior Club

Results from 15th November 2014 

Moguls Courses Running

Posted November 12th, 2014 by Norfolk Snowsports

Levels 1 and 2 moguls courses will be held this winter for those looking to master one of the more terrifying parts of the slope!

Level 1 for those who are competent skiers on the main slope will be held on Sunday 7th December from 1:30-4:30pm (including break) and costs £25pp.

Level 2 for those who have completed a Level 1 course previously will be on Sunday 11th January from 1:30-4:30pm (including break) and again costs £25pp.

Christmas Opening Times 2014

Posted December 15th, 2013 by Norfolk Snowsports

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Please note that the Club is closed on:

24th, 25th, 26th and 31st December
1st January is 1-5pm for Open Day ONLY

Club Ball 2014

Posted November 20th, 2014 by Norfolk Snowsports

The Club Ball was held on Saturday 15th November when the IP Room was host to 8 tables of guests dressed in their finery!

Bubbles, canapes and a photographer to snap people as they arrived got the night off to a promising start!!  This was followed by a scrumptious 3 course meal in the beautifully decked out room, a far cry from where we normally eat our chips on a Saturday afternoon!

Slope closures over the next few weeks

Posted November 6th, 2014 by Norfolk Snowsports

Please note that due to training sessions for a school event, there will be no Open Practice from 4-6pm on the following dates:

Tuesday 11th November
Monday 17th November
Tuesday 18th November
Monday 24th November
Tuesday 25th November
Monday 1st December
Tuesday 2nd December
Tuesday 9th December

Regular open Practice will continue until 4pm on these dates.

Freestyle review from Saturday 1st November session

Posted November 5th, 2014 by Norfolk Snowsports

Arriving at the bottom of the slope, we found the freestyle coaches who were putting the final touches to the boxes that would be used later in the session. There are a mixed bunch of skiers in the group this evening, ranging from 6 year olds to teenagers, right up to the over 30 somethings (ahem). After a few warm up runs, Josh and David (freestyle coaches) assemble the group at the top of the waves. We were allowed a warm up run, just to make sure we could cope with the waves and then the fun began.

Sunday 2nd November Race Day and Fireworks

Posted October 28th, 2014 by Norfolk Snowsports

So much is happening on Sunday 2nd November....

Club race day with practice and registration from 9.30am at £7 per person. The day includes a pro slalom event at 4pm which is suitable for boarders at £3 per person.

A freestyle jam event with spot prizes will be running on the intermediate slope from 3pm to 5.30pm at £3 per person.

Taster ski sessions on the nursery slope from 2pm to 5pm for those who can't ski for £6 person, so Members, please bring some friends and introduce them to the Club.

Freestyle Coaching

Posted October 19th, 2014 by Norfolk Snowsports

Yesterday afternoon saw the first of the new freestyle coaching sessions which run from 5.30pm to 7pm on Saturdays.
Skiers and boarders of all ages turned up with one new member arriving from just around the corner in Trowse village and a new family arriving from Wisbech. The freestyle legend of the evening award was given to Jack Bantoft aged 8.

Part time staff vacancy

Posted October 13th, 2014 by Norfolk Snowsports

A vacancy exists at the Club for a part time Maintenance Assistant, reporting to the Maintenance Manager. The position involves upkeep and maintenance of the Club house, slopes and equipment. Duties will include general cleaning, day to day planned maintenance and also responding to issues reported by staff and members. The role requires that the individual must be capable of working at times without direct supervsion.

Norwich teams do well in the ESSKIA finals held at NSC

Posted October 12th, 2014 by Norfolk Snowsports

This weekend saw two days of schools racing in the ESSKIA national finals.  On Saturday morning the U12s and U14s battled it out racing in teams of 4 through stubbies while the afternoon event saw the U16 and U19 teams take to the slope.
 
Norwich School had a very strong U12 Boys team made up of Hamish Collen, Harvey Fisher, Alex Ogden and Jonathan Wales.  The team took the U12 Boys title by a considerable margin with Cranmore in second and Danes Hill in third.
 
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