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LONDON SURF / FILM FESTIVAL 2014 LINE UP

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The London Surf / Film Festival 9-12th Oct line up has been announced and Stephanie Gilmore is attending!

House Of Vans Opens In London August 9

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Vans is pleased to announce the opening of House of Vans London; a unique and participative space for all, opens 9th August.

Hanging out at the LSF Festival

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Away from the ocean, Jessie Stewart gets inspired by some cool surf films at the London Surf / Film Festival.

London Surf / Film Festival Competition

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London Surf / Film Festival – win tickets and a fab goodie bag!

Animated Surf Short Film for London Film Festival

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Stephanie Walker, has made this charming animated short film about the adventure of learning to surf.

London Olympics: It’s Time to Shine for Women’s Sport

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With stirling performances from Jessica Ennis and Missy Franklin, the gold medals kept coming for the female athletes, with the London Olympics proving to be a much needed boost for women’s sport.

PATAGONIA LONDON STORE HOSTS ANNUAL SURFERS AGAINST SEWAGE RAFFLE

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Patagonia is proud to be supporting this year!s annual Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) raffle with an exclusive event to be held at the Patagonia Covent Garden store.

Freeze Festival 2011

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Jessie Stewart reports from the snow and music festival that is Freeze!

London Surf Film Festival

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Meet Demi Taylor, organiser and founder of the London Surf Film Festival which opens this weekend. We caught up with her to get the lowdown on the event and her hopes for it.

LADIES PURSUITS

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Designer, freerider and surfer Anna Glowinski sent us this new film about girls riding around London, it’s fun check it out.

EASTPAK GALLERY – a new forum for art

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This Friday sees the launch of the Eastpak Gallery in Carnaby St, London, so if you’re in the area go take a look- it’s free and they want to promote as many talented urban creatives as possible.

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