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Welcome to Bishopston Skatepark Project

Bishopston Skatepark Project is creating a pump track for people to meet, socialise, and have fun in a safe, free-to-use environment. If you would like to learn more about pump tracks, go to our about page.

We have been working for five years to show the genuine need for a facility like this in Bishopston.

Founded by Jake Gates, Elliott Wadley & Jed Wood in 2018, BSP has always been a young-person led team, dedicated to making a better future for sport in Swansea.

Home: Mission

Murton Green Update

To learn more about the covenant on Murton Green, click below to be redirected to the Bishopston Community Council website.

Everything you need to know about our pump track plans:

Bishopston Pump Track Design

Skate Sessions

Bishopston Skatepark Project has held numerous free skate and scooter sessions over the last few years in locations across Swansea.
We hold girls-only skate sessions (in partnership with Sported UK and Plan International UK to encourage girls to try skateboarding or build upon previously learnt skills.
The sessions are and always have been 100% free to attend, which echoes our vision of a free, permanent skate facility in Bishopston.

A BSP Member high-fiving a young girl on a skateboard

Article 31 of the UNCRC says that children and young people have the right to have fun in the way they want to, whether by playing sports, watching films, or something else entirely. They have the right to rest, too.
Children and young people should be able to take part freely in cultural activities, just like adults. The government should make sure it's easy for them to do this whether or not they have a disability.

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