Don’t miss Exeter Princesshay’s Student Lock In tomorrow!

Get yourself down to Saltrock Exeter in Princesshay Shopping Centre tomorrow for the Student Lock In Event!

From 6.30pm – 9.00pm on Wednesday 1st October students with a valid NUS or student ID card can enjoy unmissable discounts, entertainment, activities, giveaways and competitions in the centre.

Saltrock Exeter is offering a whopping extra 20% off all new and already reduced Saltrock collections to everyone with a valid student ID – so it’s the perfect opportunity to treat yourself and fill your winter wardrobe (our famous fleece lined hoodies are in too!)

The team at Saltrock Exeter will be there to help you with anything you need, and there could be a few extra treats on offer too!

See you there :)

 

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Good clean fun – Saltrock supporting the SAS Beach Clean at Croyde Beach on Saturday 18th October

It’s that time of year again when local people gather together to clean up the beaches after the busy summer months, and here at Saltrock we’ve stepped up to help SAS clean up Croyde.

The SAS Beach Cleans continue to grow – this year’s Autumn Beach Clean Series aims to attract 3,500 volunteers to 150 coastal locations including some of the country’s best-loved and most iconic beaches, surf spots, coastal habitats and holiday resorts, making this the biggest ever Autumn Beach Clean Series. Read More »

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Going huge and making history!

Andrew Cotton is a man on a mission.

It’s not unusual to be unusual in North Devon – there a lot of people doing extraordinary things, ignoring the rat race and pouring their energies into passion and talent, but even by these high standards Andrew Cotton is doing something spectacular.

He’s riding the biggest, meanest waves in the world, a feat previously reserved for Hawaiians, Americans and Australians. His goal is simple, to surf the biggest wave on the planet and set a new world record. A huge ambition, but if anyone can do it, Cotty can.

He has already stamped his name on big wave surfing and is now regarded as one of the best big wave riders in the world. In 2012 he towed Garret McNamara into a world record breaking wave and then last year he surfed a few monsters in Nazare, Portugal which sent the media into a frenzy, one of which was eventually judged to be the 2nd biggest wave of the year.

This winter Cotty wants to travel the globe, tackling the most monstrous and spectacular waves kicked up by the winter storms and break the current world record of 78 feet, bringing the new world record back to the UK. He will also document his mission in a series of films, allowing us more mortal types to experience the incredible journey through his eyes.

He’s also one of the nicest guys you’ll meet. Cotty and his family are familiar faces in North Devon and friend to many here at Saltrock, he even managed the Saltrock Croyde store way back in the old days, so we are proud to support him in his death defying mission and help him make history.

We’ve pledged our support and bagged ourselves the killer reward of a fantastic tow-in session with the man himself! We plan to give away our reward to one of our lucky followers on Facebook and Twitter – we’ll run the competition early in the New Year when the rewards are released so if you want to be in with a chance of winning this awesome prize join us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest.

He’s offering loads of other great prizes in return for donations so if you want to get yourself involved get on over to http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/Behind-the-Lines/

Good luck Cotty!

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Saltrock Autumn / Winter Opening Hours

As the longest summer ever is slowly letting autumn creep in here’s a quick reminder of our autumn / winter opening times.

Scroll through to find your local store…

 

Saltrock Atlantic Village

Monday to Wednesday: 9am – 6pm

Thursday: 9am – 8pm

Friday and Saturday: 9am – 6pm

Sunday: 10:30am – 4:30pm

 

Saltrock Barnstaple

Monday to Saturday: 9.00am – 5.30pm

Sunday and bank holidays: 10.00am – 4.00pm

 

Saltrock Factory Shop Braunton

September

Monday to Sunday: 9am – 6pm

October onwards

Monday to Sunday: 9am – 5pm (half-term 9 am – 6pm)

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Filming at Saltrock Clark’s Village

Oli and Amy outside Saltrock Clark's Village

The team at Saltrock Clark’s Village has been in touch to let us know about their starring role in a new tv advert! Here’s what happened….

“It’s all been going on today at Saltrock Clarks Village – we’ve had a film crew down shooting for the new Clarks Village advert for T.V right outside our shop all day.

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Vote for a new Saltrock tshirt graphic and win one of the first ever printed!

Vote for your favourite on Facebook!

We were adding some old Saltrock graphics to Pinterest the other day when we had a brainwave – there were so many graphics we really loved that we decided we should put one into production and add it to our exclusively online selection of graphic tees which are printed right here in our Print Room in Braunton, North Devon.

Two designs really stood out and we couldn’t decide between them so we thought the fairest thing would be vote on it – so we need your help! Tell us which is your favourite graphic and the most popular as voted by you will be put into production and be available to buy exclusively online. We’ll also give away ten of the new t-shirts to ten voters picked at random so you could even win yourself one of the first ten of these t-shirts ever printed, right here in our North Devon Print Room.

It’s really simple to join in, just visit our Facebook page and have a good look at the two prints then decide on your favourite and give it a like – the print with the most likes will be turned into a brand new Saltrock tshirt.

Simple!

So get involved and have your say – and you could be one of the lucky ten people to win a brand new graphic tee, too!

Good luck

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