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Mullion SLSC would be delighted to have you join us but perhaps you feel that you need to know a bit more about what's involved before you sign up. If so, you may find the website page 'what is Surf Life Saving' useful.

Admissions Policy and Waiting list

It is very important to us that Mullion SLSC serves its local community and our admissions policy reflects this ethos. Our process of allocation is prioritised as follows:-

  1. Immediate relative of an existing SLSGB coach/ lifeguard

  2. If an immediate relative wishes to train as a coach or lifeguard to assist regularly at our sessions then renewal of membership of the young person is dependent on them gaining the qualification and logging the hours needed to renew the qualification.

  3. Not a member of another Surf Lifesaving Club

  4. Sibling of a child who is already a member

  5. Living in Mullion or attending Mullion Primary or Mullion Secondary school or other Mullion Secondary feeder School

  6. Living in neighbouring parishes such as Cury, Landewednack.

Please be aware that for their own safety a swim assessment will be arranged which must be passed before you can join the club examining behaviour, attitude, confidence, stamina and technique.  If under 10 years of age this will be 50m, 10 years of age and over but under 14 100m and for those 14 and over 200m.  This must be swum unaided and without stopping.  More details and important information will be contained in the E-Mail invitation to join.

If you do not meet the above allocation criteria, it doesn't necessarily mean that you will not be accepted, it is just that priority will be given to those who can. You can still apply to be added to our waiting list but it may be that others are seemingly being accepted before you. Please note: It is your responsibility to keep your email contact address up to date. If you do not respond to emails sent regarding the waiting list, you will be removed.

Similarly, even if you do meet the criteria, we can only allocate spaces in accordance with the number limits as prescribed by  SLSGB, The National Trust, and in accordance with our own safety parameters. If we accept too many children, without sufficient coaches, lifeguards, water cover and first aiders, sessions will fall short of Mullion SLSC stringent safety standards. This means that we cannot overcrowd sessions and we must stay within safe number limits. As a result of this, you may have to be added to our waiting list but changes often occur with people moving away etc and spaces become available so if you would like to be added to our waiting list, please complete the form at 


This will be checked periodically as it does not notify us when you submit the form and a confirmation E-Mail will be sent when you have been added to our waiting list.


Mullion Surf Lifesaving Club is affiliated to our governing body, SLSGB. Membership payments are collected by the club, covering membership of SLSGB (essential for insurance and other aspects ) and of our club. Membership is always until 31st December of the year of membership and must be current to continue attending.

The cost for those under 18 is currently £38 for membership from September to December and £64 for the full year.

The cost for those 18 or over is currently £38 for membership from September to December and £60 for the full year.


Costs for the pool sessions are paid separately and will be communicated with members directly.

If you have any other membership enquiries, please contact Dave Musk, membership secretary at....







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