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Thank you for those that took part in the online auction. Total raised was a whopping:


BruBowl Fund raising total

What is the BruBowl?

The BruBowl is an exciting new skatepark proposed for Bruton, Somerset. The multi-wheeled sports facility will accommodate skateboards, bikes, scooters, blades and skates.

Designed and built by skatepark specialists as an upgrade of the current Jubilee Park ramp. It will feature an interconnected street area, ramps, rails and a bowl section. An inclusive destination, celebrating all ages, styles and abilities.
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Bruton Skatepark BMX
Bruton Skatepark Skateboarder

Why do we need it?

Currently there is a gap in our community for a safe, accessible outdoor space, catering for the growing number of young people. The professionally crafted facility of the standard planned is surprisingly easy to learn and progress on. 

The BruBowl will get people outside expending energy and socialising. A proven pillar in any community, a new destination in Bruton for all ages and backgrounds - for many generations to come. No one can outgrow a skatepark.
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“Expressing creativity is a big one, not only are you getting exercise physically, but mentally also.”

Channon Wallace - Sponsors: Karma Skateboards, Slick Williies Skateshop, NVMBR Clothing

Why a skatepark?

Skateparks are a great way to build confidence and deliver a sense of achievement and belonging. They are not a competitive environment, there’s no winning but there is definitely a drive to improve and achieve. 

Big kids help little kids and experts encourage and coach beginners - devoid of age barriers. It’s a truly diverse shared space. Skateparks are self-policing in the sense that there are no rules, but there is an etiquette.
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Bruton Skatepark Dropping in

”Most communities with new skateparks are surprised to see how popular and positive the facility is and regret not making it larger… 

As a result of teaching at schools and skateparks, I have seen shy kids flourish and vocal kids quite, the odd one out feel part of a team and the natural athlete on a level playing field.”

Chris Pearson - Sk8 Safe UK coach, Longboarding for Peace UK rep

Bruton Skatepark Scooter
Bruton Skatepark Brubowl

How you can get involved

We need your help. 

From fundraising to hands on help at events, the more people who get involved, the easier it will be to reach our target. 

We are organising loads of activities this summer, from gigs to an ‘Auction of Promises’ and many other fundraising opportunities; so if you have a skill, idea or something you can offer, we’d love to hear from you. 

Likewise, if you want to organise your own fundraising event, need any support or have any questions, please get in touch.
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More information from:
Skateboard GB - Official governing body for skateboarding in the uk.
skateboardgb.orgDownload our presentationDownload the leaflet
Thank you to:
Hello i’m Nik 
Jan Kopriva
Lucie Delavay
Taylor Smith
from unspalsh for the images