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Old 02-06-12   #1 (permalink)
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Fixing my stick

Any one know a decent shapers of glasser who'd be able to help me get a surf board back on form. I'm in north Hampshire (yeah i know it's miles from the sea...) It's had one too many dings and needs more TLC than I can give. Any suggestions welcomed!
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meant to read ' or glassers', sorry. Don't need any more wine glasses thanks...
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I'd pop down to Hamble and try one of the marinas. Cougars build racing powerboats so there should be guys down there willing to do a bit on the side.
A start would be my step-brother, Jason Howell at Universal Shipyard near Sarisbury. He works for The London Sailing Project. He's worked there for years so should know someone. Sorry no number.
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cheers man, much appreciated.
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Steve Darch at Filf down in Rottingdean (just east of Brighton) could prob sort you out. Bit of a trek from N Hampshire, but it's quite nice round these parts.
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