Night Slalom Results

This year's Night Slalom took place on Saturday Evening and despite the inclement weather we had a great turnout with 71 Racers (Skiers and Boarders) attend from the club. The results of best two runs from three as follows for Racers and Non-Racers:

No open practice friday 27th February

We look forward to welcoming the Schools Games race event at the Club this Friday, with young people from all over the county competing for their Schools Sports Partnership. This means that there will be no open practice on Friday afternoon. Wannabe poles will run as usual but please be aware that prize giving may be taking place when you arrive and the patio and changing room will be busy.

Trainee ski instructors

If you would like to train to become a dry slope ski instructor please apply in writing to the Instructor Committee via the Club office.
Those invited to attend the selection evening will need to be available on Tuesday 14th April 2015 where the assessors will look at ski ability, communication skills and previous commitment to the Club. Those selected must be able to commit to Tuesday evenings throughout the year
Application closing date 7th April 2015
People who can teach during the day are particularly welcome.


Update on Poma lift

Our lift engineers, based in Scotland, have been promised a Monday arrival for the Cable so we are working on it being fitted on Wednesday next week. Meanwhile the maintenance team are taking the opportunity to service and refurbish the Poma hangers, crooks and pulleys.

Poma Lift Closure

Sadly because of a cable failure the main slope Poma lift has been closed. A new cable has been ordered and is due into the country very soon; it will then be spliced and sent to the Club for fitting.

We will keep you updated as we receive information and delivery dates from our suppliers. Meanwhile the Travelators can be used to access the top of the main slope.

Many apologies for the inconvenience and disappointment.

New Snowboard Instructors

Congratulations to new snowboard instructors; Jaime Lawn, Lee Rice, Rob Watling and Mike Read. Their assessor Pete Bishop said "well done to all. I've been really impressed with Norfolk Snowsports Club and all the staff and trainees there" "The candidates we all really well trained and its clear that the trainers and trainees have put a lot of work in." A big thankyou is due to the trainers, Mark Emmerson and Chris Hart who have devoted many hours to mentoring the trainees and ensuring they were up to standard.