England's first inland surfing lake could be given the go-ahead by South Gloucestershire councillors today.
The Wave Bristol hope to create the £6 million facility on land at Easter Compton near the M5. The lake would be able to generate waves nearly 2 metres high, at a frequency of 120 an hour.
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