World Record Attempt

A Guinness World Record attempt by over 50 Schools to create the longest chain of skiers will take place on Sunday 26   of April on Trowse Mountain the home of the Norfolk Snowsports Club.

On Sunday, 26 April over 250 children from over 50 schools across  East Anglia will take part in the
annual Schools Ski Championship organised by Eastern Regional Snowsports Association, ERSA. This
annual   event enables schools to   compete   against  each   other  through  a variety   of  age  groups  and
delivers a full day of competition and fun.

Ski X Board X Event

Saturday 18th April is the Club Ski X Board X evening starting at 6pm with an opportunity to practice before the competition begins. Entry forms are available from reception now and the cost is £10 for the evening for under 12's and £12 for the evening for age 12 and over. The event is open to all Club Members and registration and bib issue is from 5.30pm. The evening will include an outside bar, some music and the return of the "Proper Pizza Company" and their wood burning ovens. So a great chance to participate or to come and watch and have a social.

Easter changes

Please note that on Good Friday, 3rd April, there will be no Wannabe racing so open practice will run from 1pm to 7pm and Fast Track to Parallel will continue as usual from 7pm to 8.30pm. 8.30pm to 10pm is open practice. On Saturday 4th April there will be no Junior Club but Junior open practice will run from 10am to 2pm. All other Saturday lessons, supervised and freestyle sessions will run as usual.

NEW timings for Junior Club

Please note that COMMENCING on Saturday 11th April, there will be new times for each Junior Club group.  This will be a permanant change.

EAGLES will now be from 9am-10:15am
HAWKS will now be from 10:15-11:30am (15 minutes earlier than usual)
KESTRELS will now be from 11:30am-12:45pm (15 minutes earlier than usual)
KADETS will now be from 12:45-2pm (15 minutes earlier than usual)

Easter Activities

This Easter the Club is offering a variety of activities: Six hours of learn to ski and ski improver lessons on 30th, 31st March and 1st April. Stay at the Club all day on Thursday 9th April for a "Get Skiing Go Tubing" event with 3 hours of ski lessons for beginners and ending with an exciting tube session. Holiday tubing during the weekdays,  Monday to Friday. A one hour ski taster session on Friday 3rd and 10th April and a one hour snowboard taster session on Thursday 2nd April and 9th April. Private ski and snowboard lessons available.

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:

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.

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