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1 day ago

Norfolk Paddle Boards

Returning for the spooky season, join us on Saturday 29th October for our Pumpkin Paddle. Come on down to the @redlionbishopgate from 2pm with a carved pumpkin ready to frighten passers by as we paddle on the Wensum.

Fancy dress optional but please ensure you are dressed appropriately to paddle safely!

Please also note this paddle is not appropriate for total beginners and you must have gained some paddle experience.

Limited Board Hire available £15.00, BYO board £10.00 - usual SUP Norwich discounts apply!
Link in Bio to book!
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3 weeks ago

Norfolk Paddle Boards

The season is changing and everyone’s asking ‘when are you closing for the winter?’

The answer to that question is out of your control. All you need to do is continue to paddle and at our September 2 hour price of £15 per board … why not grab some more Vit D and feel the cooler air on your face and come for a gorgeous paddle.

Still open Monday - Sunday!

#paddleboarding #paddle #norfolkpaddleboards #norwich #norfolk #norfolkbroads #norfolkbroadsnationalpark #city #river #september #septembersup
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I am very interested please can you let me know prices and when convenient to come and have a look

Keri Fennell ! Xx

4 weeks ago

Norfolk Paddle Boards

Grab one of our second hand paddle boards now on sale! Your chance to own your very own sup and go on your own adventures. From sunrise to sunset, enjoy this incredible hobby without the need to hire and take your board on a journey and explore.

See link in bio to complete the enquiry form. We will then send you a quote and ask for 50% deposit required to secure board.

Boards ready to collect from 1st October and must be collected by the 31st October.
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Vicki Smith in case you haven’t seen this. But I can’t find the enquire link either.

Interested in this offer, where is the link??

😍😍😍😍 I cannot find the link though?!?

These inflatable ones? If so, interested in the blue one… again, like everyone else… can’t see any links in your post!!

Really interested in this but can't find the link?

How much please (Red)?

I can’t find a specific link so have used the normal contact form - is that right?

Oh hey, interested also ...but where is the link?


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1 month ago

Norfolk Paddle Boards

Salhouse Blues

Yesterday I received my daily dose email from @Karlwilliams.co blog.

Karl attended the Salhouse weekend as a participant but also delivered a talk on ‘A no-nonsense approach to living a good life.

His Daily dose blog summed up ALOT of messages I have been getting from people since the awesome weekend so I wanted to share some of it with you and encourage you to sign up to his blog.

Exert from blog post.

‘Yesterday, following my amazing weekend, I was tired but also a little low. 
Others I spoke to who worked at the event felt the same.

We called it the Salhouse Blues, named after where we camped.
You may have felt the same kind of thing after a weekend, holiday, or any goal you’ve successfully reached. After weeks of prep and excitement, you reach your goal. Then you enjoy the moment of success.

Then…nothing. Back to normal. 

Or rather normal without the anticipation of something to look forward to.
And the contrast between what you did that made you feel so good, and the normality of ‘everyday life’ feels stronger. 

But it doesn’t have to be this way.
This is why I prefer habits to goals. 
While goals end, habits don’t.’

I'm not saying you shouldn't have goals. I'm saying you should be prepared for the enjoyment that their achievement brings to be short-lived.

But you can extend it.

One of the goals of the Equanimity Weekend was for everyone to take something away from it that would positively change their lives.

Here's how you do that.

Follow @Karlwilliams.co and click the link in his bio to sign up to his Daily Dose and find out info about his up and coming challenges.

Thanks for your email Karl.
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Big thankyou to Lee and his team at @norfolkpaddleboards for letting us join them at their equanimity Salhouse Paddle Weekend!

#paddleboard #smallbusiness #norfolk #equanimity #summer #watersports
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