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February 2015

Laced Pro Blading Comp this Saturday 28th Feb 21015 at Rampworx

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Laced poster 2015

This Saturday will see some of the biggest names in Aggressive Skating come to Liverpool to battle it out for the number one spot at Laced. With 17 different nationalities already confirmed and 100 riders registered to compete you can be sure that this event will be one not to be missed! With world class riders like Roman Abrate, Steve Swain, Alex Burston all confirmed to compete on the day you want to make sure you make it down to Rampworx for the day.

This is a rollerblade only event so no BMX’s, Scooters or Skateboards will be allowed in on the day. The Skatepark will be back open as normal on Sunday 1st March 2015.

Video: Rampworx visits Oldershaw School

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Rampworx continued their ongoing health and sports development project with a 6 week project in partnership with Oldershaw School, Wallasey, Wirral.

The project, part of twelve month programme funded by the NHS, is designed to address a range of health issues and behaviours that they were particularly vulnerable to; including poor diet, obesity, mental health and lack of exercise.


In addition to the weekly 2 hours of extreme sports coaching, the school offered weekly lessons on improving their health and behaviour with a structured programme of physical activity and healthy lifestyle education.

Oldershaw Academy is based in Liscard, Wallasey. A mixed school, which has been established for over 90 years, caters for over 1000 pupils largely from the deprived areas, of  Seacombe, Liscard, Moreton, Birkenhead and Leasowe.


This project, with the help of Head of PE, Jason Gilbert targeted a group of 40 young people who, ordinarily, would not participate in sport and physical activity.

Overall the project was a fantastic success with 40 school children getting involved and gaining a whole host of useful skills and knowledge about how to live healthier lives with practical and meaningful ways to implement it. They even enjoyed a 2 hour coaching session all to themselves at our very own Skatepark, in Aintree.


Well done to everyone who got involved and thanks to the staff at Oldershaw for helping us to deliver the project.

The next sports and health project is due to start on the 21st April at the University Academy Birkenhead.