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West Bay Wallow

When? 26 December 2017
Where? West Bay

  • West Bay Wallow

Join in the fun with this Fancy Dress wallow. Watched from the relative warmth of the harbourside by a crowd estimated to be over 3000
strong, this winter event is quite a spectacle and raises a good amount of money for numerous good causes.
Entrants (usually over 100 people) are invited to raise monies for whomever they wish, by embracing the refreshing waters of West Bay! There are PRIZES for best Fancy Dress.

Entrants sign in from 10.30 am / Start 12 noon SHARP!

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