Help X-Site Skatepark Survive Coronavirus Closure


Skegness’ very own X-Site skatepark have been denied government funding during Covid-19. Click here or the photo below to donate and help them out.

X-site Skatepark: “Covid-19 has affected our communities, our nation and the entire world. We share our deepest condolences to the many people and the family of those who have lost their lives and been affected by this terrible virus.

As a charity local to the Skegness area, we have done our very best to provide a service to the local community throughout our years, we are truly grateful for all the support we have recieved over this time. It’s saddens us deeply to see the current state of affairs, at a time when our community should be thriving, many business and organisations like ourselves are fighting tooth and nail to stay alive.

Unfortunately, like many others, we at X-Site Skatepark are facing a very bleak situation, with no income and failing to secure any government funding, we find ourselves on our last legs. Everyone involved is doing their very best to try keep us alive and we still hold great optimism.

We are now asking for support from anywhere it may be found, even the smallest donation will be gratefully recieved. We understand during this difficult time that the vast majority of people also find themselves in financial hardship, with employees working reduced hours, being furloughed and being made redundant altogether, that is why we appreciate every single donation we receive, no matter how small. Please help us see it through this dark period, so we can continue to provide our service to the local community and to the thousands of tourists we see every year that makes the East Coast what it is.

Thank you from everyone at X-site Skatepark. Stay safe and we hope to see you all again soon. (All donations £10 and over will be entered into a draw to win free entry for a year).”