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New surf therapy location for people with impairments or disabilities

The Wave Project, the UK’s leading surf therapy charity, has announced plans to launch a new location for surf therapy sessions for people with impairments or disabilities. The charity plan to create two bespoke regenerated units in the Scarborough Aquarium Top, enabling adaptive surfing to be included in the charity’s regular surf therapy courses for young people. The development of the new site is part of Scarborough Borough Council’s Project Sunshine regeneration scheme and involves the refurbishment of units that have not been used for 15 years. Referrals and bookings to commence in Spring 2022 Currently, those aged eight to


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