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June 2013

Nokia Lumia Live Session: Lianne La Havas

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A few months back our commercial partnership manager, Ryan, was approached by Nokia as they continued their quest for unique and special venues to host their Nokia Lumia Live Sessions events in, promoting their colourful, high performance Lumia phone range whilst providing amazing entertainment for audience members lucky enough to win exclusive tickets. Their Lumia Live Sessions tour provides a platform for the best, emerging talent producing intimate shows in the most unusual spaces across the UK; old cemeteries, cage fighting cages and royal music halls being some of their other choices!


Nokia arrived in Liverpool on one of the many cold days we had in April, looking for an exciting space for their next Lumia Live Session. Their first choice was our skatepark, however we showed them around a couple of local venues we are big fans of and asked them their thoughts at the end of the day; “We really, really want to use Rampworx!” seemed to be the ultimate response, despite it being the most difficult venue and the one WITHOUT a stage, lighting, PA or an on-site chef. Something about our humble indoor park really ticked all their boxes, so we excitedly obliged. Read More

Ryan Sheckler 15 years for Etnies

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Created by skate videographer Mike Manzoori, etnies’ Fifteen Years Strong visually tells Ryan’s skate history with Etnies over the last 15 years through video clips, photos and interviews with industry vets, photographers and pros. Through their first-hand stories of Sheckler’s rise in skateboarding, Oliver Barton, Ricki Bedenbaugh, Atiba Jefferson, Mike Manzoori, Arto Saari and more explain how Sheckler became one of the best and most celebrated skateboarders of our time.

Pick up a pair of Etnies here. Read More

Chernobyl Children’s Life Line visit Rampworx

By | Charity, Feature | No Comments

Yesterday we had a very special group of visitors at our skatepark from the outskirts of Ukraine, the Chernobyl Children’s Life Line. We offered this great charity the chance to use our entire skatepark for FREE with a private coaching session with our very own BMX coach and Vans rider, Zack Williams.


These children come from a very different environment to ours and it is the first time they have ever had the opportunity to visit a skatepark, so we wanted to make the experience as awesome as possible! Read More

DKH Legacy Trust: Get on Track Wigan

By | Charity, Jenna Downing, Press, Sport | No Comments


The DKH Legacy Trust is a fantastic charity that we have worked with in the past to help engage young people in sport, founded by Olympian and multiple olympic Gold medal winner Dame Kelly Holmes. DKH runs a dynamic programme called “Get on Track” which is  one of the best that we have worked with! Young people get to learn key skills and progress with their own personal development from World Class Athletes, such as Jenna Downing (Female Inline Skating World Champion) and Neil Danns (European and British Skatebaording Champion). Read More

Jenna Downing: The Story a World Champion

By | Inline, Jenna Downing, Video | No Comments

Rampworx local and professional Inline Skater Jenna Downing teamed up with Liverpool film producer Simon Mulvaney to create this stunning documentary. The video, filmed over the course of a year follows Jenna on her day to day job working as a Athlete Mentor for high profile companies such as Sky Sports Living for Sport, 21st Century Legacy and the DKH Legacy Trust. This truly inspirational documentary gives you an insight into the life of Jenna Downing, the highs and lows of the sport she is so passionate about and what she is doing to try and get young people involved in Aggressive Skating.

Jenna Downing Documentary

Shot over the course of a year, film director Simon Mulvaney follows Jenna Downing on a number of school visits around the UK and competitions across the globe.

Filmed entirely on Canon DSLR and produced on a budget of £0, this film gives a unique insight into the highs and lows of an ever evolving sport. Read More