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Amy Kenworthy

Lizard to Plymouth Challange (Paddle4SAS)

22 Year old student, Amy Kenworthy will shortly be setting off on her SUP challenge, paddling approximately 100km from Lizard to Plymouth. Cleaning beaches and ocean debris along the way, all to raise awareness of our ocean pollution crisis and raise funds for Surfers Against Sewage 


As a keen surfer and diver, she is passionate about the ocean and constantly working on ways that she can help protect it.


She has previously spent 3 months at Marine Conservation Philippines, set up an online eco surf shop, and now that she is in Plymouth studying Environmental Management and Sustainability, she wishes to set herself this challenge to raise funds and support Surfers Against Sewage who have been working hard since 1990 to protect our ocean.


Amy fell in love with the world of SUP, experiencing first-hand the huge benefits it had in rehabilitating her from a knee operation last year, keeping her fitness and mobility up whilst allowing her to remain out on the water, in the environment she loves so much.

Now, she wants to give back.


Amy has been planning and training hard over the past couple of months and we are keen to get as much support behind her as possible.


Below is the Link to Amy’s Just giving page, where she is collecting donations for the challenge.

Any and all donations will make a difference.

An awesome challenge for an incredible cause that we’re so happy to be supporting.

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