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Lloydsits got 3 massive steps, know as 1st, snd, and 3rd, u can ollie over all 3, if u do that its called ollieing lloyds,and u get big run ups on the other steps, and within skateable distance of centre, next 2 @Bristol which host a massive flat square nic 4 doin trix on. Mr Pen 
patchwayIn the park behind pretoria rd, next to the football club, is my own private skatepark, almost. Its got a fun box (launch, double rail box on top, coping other edge, flat bank) long low double rail, spine and little fly off. If you wanna skate it come down.mark 
sharp rails, university of bristolBehind the wills hall memorial building, at the engineering department. the hallowed sharp rails. Perfect white rails from 7 steps to 18 steps long, about 15 of the things. blind mans pavement just before rails but go with a bit of speed and you dont even notice.mark 
Showcase Cinema Spill Over CarparkA4320 bypass just out the city center towards Bath.. Not the actual showcase cinema carpark which is chocka all the time..but if you go under the main road you get to the spill over carpark. Hardly used at all (by cars) it is dead smooth and really good for beginners and those who wish to practise those tricky moves out of the view of the public...nice! Mark F 
Sk8 and rideSk8 & Ride, is an excellent indoor park situated behind Temple Meads train station, and is 1.5 miles from the city centre. It has excellent facilities including vert ramps and a fun box. There is also a cafe and sk8 shop on the premises.Jay and Emma 
Southey ParkSouthey park has two midi's a fun box and a 16ft vert and also 3 flyers. Unfortunately due to the antics of hitler half of this fabulous park was destroyed by a lone soldier with nothing else too do. Now only 2 midi's exist. It is situated in Kingswood, 3/4 miles away from city centre.Bryn and Joe 
St. Georges ParkSt. Georges Park is very good with a large purpose built concrete aggressive area.Sarah 
St. Georges ParkSt. Georges park, is a good outdoors park about 2 miles from the city centre, and is freeJay and Emma 
The Downs, CliftonThe Downs at Clifton are good for recreation and fitness skating. Most of the paths are O.K. but some can be a bit rough in places.Sarah 
The Maggs CourtThe magistrates court on nelson road. Just on from Bridewell station and the works nightclub. Has three steps good for grinding and ollieing off of. there is also a smaller 2 set with raised block...good for 5-0s. Ive been told townies are now throwing yoghurts etc at skaters SO BE WARNED!NAS 















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