Perhaps not surprisingly, recreational facilities are largely based outdoors; walking, running, sea fishing and swimming are all popular. There is a diving club, yacht club, a 9-hole golf course, football and cricket teams, and although limited, badminton, squash and tennis courts. Islanders enjoy rifle shooting, playing skittles, games of dominos, bingo and euchre. Recently, St Helena hosted its first mountain bike race. The warm crystal clear Atlantic sea is excellent for diving and snorkelling, however, care must be exercised as strong currents and rocky cliffs can be a risk. While there are few beaches on the island per se; inhabitants enjoy cooling off at the outdoor swimming pool in Jamestown (currently undergoing repairs). The television service on St Helena is provided by Sure South Atlantic Ltd. Two local radio stations, Saint FM Community Radio and South Atlantic Media Services (SAMS), broadcast both local and international news, advertisements, music, sports and other content, 24/7. Weekly newspapers, ‘The Independent’ and ‘The Sentinel’, are produced by the Saint FM and South Atlantic Media Services respectively. For further information please visit: www.saint.fm and www.sams.sh for further details. The public library in Jamestown is fairly well stocked, with a good selection of fiction books. While there is a small museum on the island, currently there are no theatre or cinema facilities. Social life on the island can be very active. With a strong emphasis on home entertaining and the church, the community socialise at various clubs and volunteer groups. Boy Scouts, Girl Guides, the Corona Society and the Duke of Edinburgh Awards are very popular organisations on the island. There are also many activities, such as Commonwealth Day, St Helena’s Day and Making March Marine hosted to mark important occasions. A number of guests houses offer restaurant facilities, albeit offering a limited menu. There are also a number of cafes, bars and restaurants. Traditional dances are sometimes held on the weekends.