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September 28, 2008


Graham Shephard

Do any 'old Hakies' remember the "Harp Lager Board..

It was a St Ives legend but disappeared in the early 80's. Hard to miss, I think it was 12' long with Harp Lager written on it....and weighed a ton

I think it became an early PDC Rescue Board but may have even been before Steph's time

Nick Marshall

In the late 60s and maybe earlier the lifeguards on Porthmeor were part of the SSLC (St Ives Surf Life Saving Club) if my memory serves me well. At that time they had some form of sponsorship from Harp Lager and along with windbreaks and clothing I think that the rescue boards they used were also emblazoned with the Harp logo. Does anybody have any pics of the lifegaurds and associated stuff from that era?

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