What a fantastic weekend it was in Skegness! The sun was shining and there was plenty for everyone to do. Did you watch the Royal Wedding? perhaps the FA Cup final? Or did you make it down to the BKSA Kite Surfing Festival to take part in the many events and activities that were taking…
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The UK's top kitesurfers and BMX riders who are looking to compete in the 2020 Olympics are heading to Skegness in a major new beach and watersports festival. The £30,000 event over the weekend of May 19-20 sees the return of the British Kitesports Association freestyle championships after 10 years. Competitions are being run as…
On New Year’s Day four members of the Skegness Coasters running club took part in the annual Cleethorpes 10K, which is organised by Cleethorpes Athletics Club. The fast, flat race was held around the streets of Cleethorpes and Humberston. Each finisher received a great technical running top for their efforts. Ben Peel reflected “the course…
What have the Skegness Coasters been up to during December?
The annual AMCA Skegness Beach Race will attract 20K + visitors to Skegness Central Beach on November 4-5th. (Featured image – Credit Glen Smith).
Four Skegness Coasters took part in the 13.1 mile race
Skegness Coasters caters for all abilities and meets every Tuesday at 18.30 at The Welcome Inn, Skegness.
Friends raise over £1,000 for cancer charities.
Martin Jessop and Les Arrowsmith ran the Notfast 10K based in Newark
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