Iaith Ar Daith – filming at Whitesands 21/01/2022

The popular Welsh tv programme “Iaith Ar Daith” finished off their St Davids based episode at Whitesands. The famous celebrity vicar from Yorkshire, The Rev Canon Kate Botley, who is cementing her Welsh ties by learning the language, was being tutored by the master interviewer with a hint of no good Boyo, Jason Mohammed.

Porthmawr Surf Life Saving Club opened up to provide the film team access to facilities on this cold January afternoon. Kate is a keen cold water swimmer and the warmth of the sea at Whitesands was a welcome change to the lakes of Yorkshire. Jason exuded enthusiasm for his ensuing participation in their wild swim dip. The film crew and production team shivered and watched as upwards of 10 minutes was spent by the duo in the water. The air was much colder but they both ended their immersion with a casual walk back to their robes and warmth of dry clothes.

Two lovely people in a beautiful place, welcome at Porthmawr at anytime!

Diolch yn Fawr I chi!

BLOG gets authorised

This new website / BLOG has now been ratified at committee.  It is in the process of having its foundations laid.   When that is done The Treasurer will purchase the upgrade so that we can use our own domain name and gain access to greater storage capacity!

Committee Members 2014

At the Porthmawr Surf Life Saving Club AGM in April 2014 the following committee members were elected


  • Richard Cox – Chairman
  • Mal Brown – Secretary
  • Kate Brown – Treasurer
  • Moritz Neumann – Club Captain
  • Dr G.W. Middleton – President
  • Vince Longotana
  • Carl
  • Jeff Rogers – Webmaster
  • Scott Riches