Thank You!

We at Long Live Southbank would like to give a big thank you to each and every individual and organisation who has given help to the fundraising campaign. However big or small the donation, each and every one is appreciated and all deserve our heartfelt thanks!As LLSB move forward on this journey – we want to offer a public extension of gratitude to the following people and organisations for their collaborations and contributions to the project and helping us to get where we are. In no particular order;

The UK and global skate community, all the many people that make up the LLSB squad, Feed, Nice & Serious, Sidewalk Magazine, Kingpin Magazine, Supreme, adidas Skateboarding, Palace, BrazenBunch, Southbank Centre, Ex Why Zed, Tru Thoughts, Theories of Atlantis, Heni Publishing, Interscope Records, Historic England, NASS, Lovebox, Citadel, Boomtown, Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios, New London Architecture, DKCM, Gavin Watson, Jonathan Manns, Boxpark Shoreditch, the revisionists, Arup, Max Fordham, Free Skate Magazine, Rodney P, Goldie, D*face, Wick+Wax, Audrey, The Planner Magazine, Skate Jawn, Quatersnacks, CommuneDIY, BoardThing, SkatePal, Mayor of London’s Office, Price & Myers, Hoxton Basement, Theobald’s Cap Co, Hold Tight Films, This Brutal House, Rich the Kid, RIBA, Guerrilla Foundation, Vans, Vague Mag, Oli Mould, Louis Koseda, Seb Koseda, Shiner, Vision Nine, The Guardian, Lovenskate, Colliers, Brixton’s Baddest, The Photographers Gallery, Think Culture, Woven Inc, Fabric, Jeremy Nemeth, Chris Allen, The Gonz, Tony Hawk, Eroc the Dog, Peter Murray, Russell Brand, Doc Brown, Loyle Carner, Frank Turner, Jeff Speck, Jules Lubbock, Dawn Noah, Dr Pollyanna Ruiz, Dr Rebecca Magdin, Dr Tim Snelson, Dr David Webb, Zena Edwards, Mike Sani, Facebook, Youth Club Subculture Archives, all of our loyal stockists around the globe and finally a big big thankyou to every person who helps the LLSB crew with its big ambition and tasks and all those who slipped our minds when compiling this list (apologies!).

We would also like to give a huge thank all those who have donated to the fundraiser. However much people are able to give, this is the lifeblood of the campaign. Again in no certain order, our greatest thanks to:

Nancy Rohde, Joe Hage, Antonis Schwarz, Mark Roberts, Brigid Bose, Peter Chater, Stefanie Seddon, SR Thacker, Jeffrey Harvey, Oli Mould, James Dillamore, Nancy Rhode, Rob Collins, St Clair Massage, Theo Krish, Karen Chung, Tanwen Jones, Ian Cousins, Phyllis Santa Maria, Paul Chaplin, Niall Behan, Tygar Miles Smith, Abigail Sugden, Nick Ybl, B Curwood, Jonathan Brown, Lennie Burmeister, Devin Grovell, Leonie Simms, Henriette Vullers, Rayya Ghul, Quartersnacks, Keith Morrisom, Kenneth Parry-Husbands, Lloyd Crawley, Jonathan Kennedy, Pritpal Tamber, Ben Farnell, Sharon Sanderson, Jude Woodhead, Jennifer Scott-Thompson, Jason Brake, Lee Stammer, Geoff Hiberd, Nathanael Valente, Elsie Ofori, Will Lister, Alice Larter, Thomas Andrews, Fabian Halm, Ron Aslan, Kristine Heuser, Martin Eden, Rayya Ghul, David Robert Holmes, Gareth Wilson, Sandra Leaton Gray, Anna Goss, Richard Zlotnicki, Daniella Betts, Ford Watson, Rebecca Earnshaw, George Popescu-Craiova, Dave Thomson, Joseph Trower, Peter Berrecloth, K A Harris, Tania Doropoulos, Shaun Gladwell, Marlies Benter, Dan Thatcher, Fung Sutch, Nick Clement, Jim Smith, Liam Wallis, Charlotte Crerar, Anaya Paul, Stuart Allen, Helen Xenopoulos, Lino Boga-Rios, T Gunnarsson, Julia Wright, Thomas Cunnings, Rachel Gibson, Paul Feasey, James Suttie, William Weinstein, M D Naylor, Megan Brydie, Maureen Martin, Andrew Griffiths, James Scantlebury, Eleanor Franks, Timothy Stumpff, Stephanie Lewin, Andrew Shapland, Jason Martins, Paul Feasey, Jason Martins, Teresa Forgione, Luke Mattock, Thomas Hancock, Adam Johnston, Paul Johnston, Elizabeth Morgan, Richard Skinner, Lloyd Crawley, Elliot Evans, Robin Deione, Stephen Byrne, Natalie McMullan, Doug Johnson, Alexandra Tozer, Syahiir Daniel, Camilla Jarvis, Dilshad Shawki, Philip Muller, Enda Casey, Joseph Ridout, Svend Holst Bertram and of course every single person who has bought our products to support the campaign, or donated in person.

You Can Make History!

This page will be updated as regularly as possible, but if you think a correction is due, please don’t hesitate to contact hello@llsb.com.

Again – biggest thanks to one and all!
Long Live Southbank

 

Comments

Hi guys, I passed by today while I was walking home from my shooting at Bank, and I realised what was happening. I am so disappointed. When I first moved to London the Southbank Centre was my favourite place, because it valorised culture, art and innovation.
I don’t really care about skating, I mean, it is not one of my hobbies. But I liked the Southbank skatepark. Later on I also discovered that it was one of the most famous skating platforms of the world.
Today I found out that it is going to be closed. It was like as my heart was breaking in pieces. The Southbank Centre direction could not be so mean and illogical.
Today one of my London’s pillar fell.
This is such a shame. I mean, the Southbank skatepark is part of London’s culture. People from foreign countries come to see it.
Moving it is definitely not the solution.

Thank you for fighting, guys.

Francesca