The LLSB Guide To Saving A Skate Spot: The Interviews

The Long Live Southbank Guide To Saving A Skate Spot Following on from the Kingpin Magazine article where LLSB give an insight into how to save your skate spot and run a successful campaign, here we publish our conversations with other campaigning groups we have worked with: Black Blocks in Atlanta, Drug Store in Norwich, Chopper […]

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'SKATEBOARD NOTTINGHAM: Skateboarding and Nottingham's Development' by Chris Lawton

‘SKATEBOARD NOTTINGHAM: Skateboarding and Nottingham’s Development’ by Chris Lawton, 2016.     We’re stoked that LLSB keeps inspiring people and putting on pressure on local government to stop their habit of undemocratic support of consumerism over culture through draconian limited vision and self-serving politicians. Skateboarding is not a crime.  We’re gassed to read how an […]

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LLSB: Southbank Undercroft ~ Proposal for Restoration of Original Design and Vision

LLSB: Southbank Undercroft ~ Proposal for Restoration of Original Design and Vision To download your copy, please click the link below: SOUTHBANK UNDERCROFT ~ Proposal for Restoration of Original Design and Vision Last September, when we signed the agreement with the Southbank Centre protecting our skate spot in the long term, we were quite rightly […]

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Hankering and Hypocrisy – The Hungerford Bridge Story

Iain Borden was recently interviewed in FakieHillBomb, where he made several comments regarding Southbank skate spot and we the community, so we thought we’d clear a few things up. Objection to destruction delivery day 2014 – Image by Sophia Bennett   Firstly, we want to clarify that Professor Iain Borden was never part of the […]

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Beyond The Lens – Interview with Sam Ashley

Beyond The Lens: Interview with Sam Ashley, Photo Editor at Free Skateboard Magazine   LLSB caught up with renowned London-based skate photographer, Sam Ashley, who found time to talk to us ahead of launching the new pan-European skateboard magazine, Free Skate Mag. Sam has been a staple in the UK skate scene for over a decade […]

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Beyond The Lens ~ Interview with George Toland

Beyond The Lens: Interview with George Toland, Filmmaker for Serious Adult   Dropping online yesterday, the Serious Adult Promo was filmed and edited by LLSB campaigner George Toland. With a healthy dose of Southbank locals mixed in amongst Jersey ripper Luka Pinto and young Oxford shredder Cam Barr’s sections, the video highlights the quality of […]

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Huf Supports Long Live Southbank

As the global support for LLSB continues to grow, Huf footwear CEO Keith Hufnagel lends his voice to the campaign to save one of the few remaining landmarks where the evolution of skateboarding has taken place and still does. In August the HUF team made a pilgrimage to the Southbank Undercroft and put on a […]

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Creativity, fashion and enterprise at the Undercroft: Guest blog by Megan Munro

Do you own a pair of Vans? How about a pair of high tops? Or maybe you subscribe to the fashion of rolling up your skinny jeans to show a little bit of ankle to the world. Maybe you just have a supreme 5-panel hiding in your wardrobe. Skateboarding and skate fashion has been at […]

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