Community Urban Sports Project

2016 has been a great year so far! One of our favourite and most fun projects was funded by the Big lottery Fund, enabling us to introduce free skateboarding classes to minority groups and several schools. We played host to EYST, Townhill Community Centre and City of Sanctuary Refugee groups.
The schools that took part were LLanrhidian Primary, St Helens, Portmead, Cadle, Craig Y Felyn, Hafod and Gowerton Comprehensive.
We visited the schools for a full or half day with our ramps, scooters, skateboards, all our safety equipment and our qualified staff and had really good fun working with the kids in the yard or school hall.
We hope to provide more of this service from Autumn, so if your school or group is interested please get in touch, telephone 01792 474095 or email using the Contact page of this website

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“The afternoon was brilliant and the children had a fantastic time. Please pass on my thanks to Ric and the rest of the team.”

Tim Sudbury, St Helens school, Swansea.

“The children had such a great time and have been asking already when you are coming back!!”

“Ric, Rob and the other two guys were amazing with the children and the way they interacted with some of the quieter children who lack in confidence has to be highlighted.”

Ellie Hopkins, Cadle Primary school, Swansea.

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