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<a href=http://www.roadrunner.co.uk/pssp/index.html>Roadrunner/Playstation Park</a>Where have you all been? Hasn't anyone else bothered to tell you about the Roadrunner/Playstation Sk8 park? It's very near Hammersmith tube station. When you get out of the station, just ask a cop or someone how to get to Portobello road. On that road is Roadrunner sk8 shop, just go in & ask for directions to the park. It's worth the effort, the half-pipe is f**king amazing!Richard 
<a href=http://www.roadrunner.co.uk/pssp/index.html>Roadrunner/Playstation Park</a>Playstation Skatepark (Acklem Road under Westway, Kensington) This park is rad! There's two vert ramps, a MASSIVE street course with handrails, planters, boxes, flyoffs and more. If you haven't been there already, check it out NOW!! It costs £3.50 per session. Open 10-12/12-4/5-9 More info, 0181 9694669Jon Ford 
Albert HallThere's a slalom lane marked out here for anyone to try out although the cones are only brought out for events 
Albert HallGo round the back of the hall, on the opposite side to the park. There are two great flights of stairs that are wide and easy for beginners. They are quite long so look a little daunting!Mark Sherwin 
Albert Hall MemorialPick-up hockey games are going almost all the time here with two goals which are availible to anyone one who wishes to use them. The skate patrol look after the goals. It is still a good place to go for a fun game of hockey.Carl 
Albert Memorial [Kensington Gore Road]August 2002: Directly opposite the Royal Albert Hall, this is a great place to be for a relaxed skate. There are three sets of medium size stairs, and buttresses to try some big drops off. The last set of steps has grass near the bottom - good for people just starting to jump. Lots of friendly skaters hang around.Matt 
Alexandra PalaceAlexandra Palace, outside the ice rink there are square rails: 1 down 8 steps, 2 down 11 and a kinked rail down 6 then flat then another 6. There's also some waxed planters and these wicked square metal things that the skateboarders are always hogging, but just tell them to #*@! off.Robert Davies 
Alexarnder Palace2 fun boxes,a half-pipe,and 2 grinds not many people often come,its FREEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jack Toms 
Camden TownThis may sound F**king mad but it's true Camden Town SAFEWAY. It's in the staff car park and it's great for anyone.Teabag 
City of LondonThe best place to skate is in the City of London. They have the best planters (some are kinked) rails and curbs in London, go there!!Ris 
Croydon-FairField Hallsfarily good place to street skate. lots of grinds + steps barely anyone uses it.PMP 
Crystal Palace Parkanother great place in south london with losts of smooth, wide pathways. 
Dulwich ParkThere's a parking area near the A205 which is a good spot for learners. The rest of the park is good too, but cen get busy. 
EXCEL DocklandsMassive carparks and big area next to city airport and docks +- 1 mile take DLR there. If htere is no exhibition on at EXCEL then the place is completely empty.  
Finchely CentralAmazing!!!!!!!!!!!! The rails are bout knee height and great for practising,they are really long.I cut all the hedges around them so no worries bout that!!!!!!!! Its opposite L.A fitnees and near the flyover!!!!!!! u must go there!!!!!!!!!!Shima 
Frian BarnetThis small skate park has 5ft quarter, 4 grind rails, 1 bench, 2 sets of stairs, 6 transitions its best for in-liners open 24/7 and its Free !!!! might see ya down there ;)Ben 
Fulham, Bishops ParkRecreational. Recently (last year) resurfaced recreational area in the park. Andreas 
GreenwichOutside the foot tunnel ,next to the Cutty Sark. A great area with plenty of benches and steps. Best time to go is in the evenings since there are too many tourists around in the day.Skate Babe 
Greenwich ParkAnother good place to skate near London is in Greenwich.Watch out in some of Londons parks though, because skating is banned in some of them!alison 
Horley or Horsham-parknew vert and halfpipe and rail lots of ramps. variation in sizes of halfpipes and quarter pipes. this place is kool lots of ppl aswell. i did warn you!!PMP 
hornchurchcar park behind tucker brothers. smoooooooooooooooooooth as iceeeeeee  
hornchurchTHE BEST PLACE EVA! COME SEE THE WORLD FAMOUSE RATHOLE RODENTS IN THEIR FANTASTIC OUTDOOR ARENA!!!!!  
Hyde Parkaround the Serpentine (lake) is probably the mecca for London in-liners. The main part of the park itself is good for skating but the paths tend to get a bit crowded with people. 
Hyde Park Corner FNS STARTThe Friday Night Skate starts here every Friday at 7:30pm. Come along and skate for 2 hours just make sure you wear a helmet!Keith 
Mill Hill ParkVery cool place for in-liners and boarders. lots of stairs, hand rails and BIG WALLS to jump + grind dont need any wax all walls, handrails ECT are waxed from me !!! :) Ben 
Parliament SquareThis is the square opposite to the house of Parliament (not surprisingly!) and near Westminster tube station. Its got loads of ledges and a wicked set of stairs. Its also quite a nice area in London to be.Nick Sloane 
playstation sk8parkits one of the best parks ive ever been to if your a skater and havent been there yet well get a move on AND ITS ACTUALLY &amp;#163;6:00 FOR A FOUR HOUR SESSION AND ITS MILES FROM HAMMERSMITH TUBE STATION THE NEAREST TUBE STATION IS LADBROKE GROVE!!!!!!!!1SPIDER(nickname) 
PLAYSTATION SK8PARKTHIS PARK IS POO. IF YOU WANNA GO, DON`T COZ ITS FULL OF LITTLE KIDS AND IF YOU GO TOO LATE YOU`LL GET MUGGED. ITS OK FOR BOARDING BUT IF YOU WANNA GO FOR BLADIN ITS A WASTE OF TIME, THERE ARE NO RULES AND THE LITTLE KIDS SIT ON THE COPINS AND GET IN THE WAY ALL THE TIME!!!!LONDON SK8ER 
playstation skate park****ing amazing go there now and if you are planing to go to spain this year check out the skate park in belamadina, 2 hour flight ****ing wicked! frienberg 
Purley- Recreation groundmetal halfpipe, good for expierienced skaters. about 8ft highPMP 
Richmond ParkThis is a good place to skate, especially for novices. There is loads of room on the wide pathways and not too much traffic to bother you. 
shell centerGood all round spot offers loads of reasonably sized ledges, rails, a huge double set and some drop ledges. fairly busy on saturdays but the skaters are friendly.Gaz 
South LondonBattersea Park and Richmond Park are two good places in South London. Clapham Common is OK, too. Peace,Craig 
southbanksets of stairs.set of seven and twelve welldone smithy for flippin them.smooth sufaces nice banks sickmek 
Strawberry Ledges (Barbican)Nice ledges near Barbican nice to skate not that high and waxed up pretty good...mash 
Tatem Park, North LondonA Brilliant Inline Speed Skating Track, where some of Englands best Inline Speed Skaters train. Races are held, where britains best turn up to race.  
Trafalgar SquareTrafalger Square, Especially on a Sunday and Wednesday evening, It's flat, it's spacious and full of tourists and sometimes film crews that just wanna take your picture. Cool!Les Foster 
under cover rail (near london bridge)nice small rail which is under cover so if it rains you can session it without gettin wet!theres also a marble ledge next to it which is pretty fun.Good area for the begginers!Gaz 
Victoria ParkA nice place to learn to skate with a reasonable surface. Not many skaters till the weather is really nice though  
Westminister Underground Station [surrounding area]August 2002: Have a quick explore around this well-surfaced part of London and youll find lots of steps (varied sizes) along with many ledges. Good fun, lost lots of knee tissue around here.Matt 















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