Your community - We need your involvement.
We accept the following donations.Used equipment in very good condition and money for two causes. Please speak to a member of staff of volunteer before bringing any used equipment into the skatepark. We are limited on space.
* Safety equipment, helmets, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards in VCG.
Donations can be made via paypal
The projects aims to start in the city centre for a few years until we find or are offered a permanent home. Hopefully a community asset or larger venue to grow the business will pop-up. If you think you can help with this please get in touch.
Be apart of our journey and join our team at No Comply Newport. We have a range of roles available to help support our day to day operations.
If you have a valid DBS check and first aid training get in touch. If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer, get in touch and we can get DBS checks and first aid training arranged for you.
No matter how you roll, if you’re a qualified insurance coach and fancy giving back to the skatepark community with your knowledge and skill, feel free to get in touch.
Workshops & Events
If you’re a creative person into skatepark culture & design, and would like to run workshops at the skatepark, please get in touch.
We also offer the opportunity to host various events for all arts & cultures in Newport. From trade shows to art exhibitions, our venue is the perfect place. Get in touch to find out more!
Photography & Videography.
Skatepark culture and visual arts are so important in documenting our journey at No Comply Newport. As a running theme of the skatepark, we’ll keep adding your photos capturing skatepark culture to the wall of characters and moments which sum up who were are as a community. Videos helps stream the good things happening at the skatepark and we want this to inspiring future generations
Design talent pool.
If you’re an aspiring artist, and fancy designing or developing a logo or artwork for the project. We could add this to merchandise page - all profits will go towards the project.
Lets talk about disability
WCMX is the fastest growing wheel chair sport in the world. Why aren’t all skateparks made accessible?