A couple of weeks ago our Czech imported smasher Jiri Bulin headed down to the Zero Degrees skatepark, Peacehaven in the Lewes district of East Sussex. The park was built and designed by Canvas Spaces in connection with the Big Park Project – A project that aims to create and improve outdoor sports and community facilities in that area. Due to the construction of a waste water treatment plant by Southern water, 30 acres of land became available for some sort of use, so why not build a skate park? Great idea! The park has a great lay out and has all your usual park obstacles including bowls, rails, hubba ledges, a brick bank, various gaps and pads, it even has a skate-able sundial! For those of you who don’t know why there’s a dial in there it’s because the park sits on a Meridian line which is part of a Bronze-age archaeological site! So now you know!
As could be expected Jiri Bulin came through with a couple of bangers as he always does! Big shout out to Canvas Spaces, Zero Degrees and the Big Park Project for having him down to shred. Can see some sick summer sessions going on down here! Lets just hope we have some decent weather this summer!