Street Art Project in collab with Art for Guernsey. This Friday 28th July we have a workshop for any juniors wanting to get involved at 11 - 1.30 at Art for Guernsey gallery in Mansell Street then on from Sunday 30th July to Wednesday 2nd August we have street artists Teddy Baden and Charlie McFarley for a street art workshop at the Jubilee Skatepark and a big reveal of the work at a Skate Jam from 5pm on Wednesday 2nd August come up and take a look 🛹🤩 A massive thanks to the Youth Commission and Norman Piette for supporting this awesome event.
Welcome to the new Guernsey Skateparks website, the skatepark is situated at Beau Sejour and is free for all and a positive place for the local youth to enjoy. We are a non-for-profit skatepark and all funds raised go to support the running costs of the skatepark.
Every Saturday we run FREE skateboarding lessons from 9 - 12. as long as the park is dry, follow us on Instagram for the latest updates #guernseyskateparks. Lessons are open to all ages and all equipment is provided for free.
We have really exciting plans for the future if you'd like to see more of our vision please look take a look at our vision document.
If you would like to help in any way plese get in touch. Contact@guernseyskateparks.com - or phone Tim on 07911 130690
The skatepark hut is back open every Saturday from 9am during the skate lessons and normally stays open all day. On Monday and Wednesday 4 - 6 pm and has a tuck shop, teas, and coffees.
Outside these hours we try to open as often as possible when dry during weekends and after school, and all proceeds from the tuck shop go to help run the skatepark.
You can borrow skateboards and helmets from the hut for FREE, anyone is welcome to come and have it a try.