Category: Bull Bay

BULL BAY – St Andrew Jamaica

ENERGETIC BULL BAY KIDS CREW

FREEDOM SKATEPARK – A Concrete Jungle Foundation video
by Tim Van Asdanck and Shaqueal

The Energetic Nomads were the first group of graduates from the Edu-Skate classes at the Freedom Skatepark in Jamaica. It has been a year that they’ve been skating and their progress has been surprising us on a daily basis. Head to the Concrete Jungle Foundation website to read the interview with the group and follow their Youtube page !

Energetic Nomads Interview
https://concretejunglefoundation.org/
Energetic Nomads Youtube page
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgfV

More skateboards and less guns urges Blvk H3ro

Singer and songwriter Blvk H3ro sees himself as a cultural ambassador and his sermon is positive vibes and youth upliftment, which he says are especially needed in this disturbing era. “I need to stay clean and provide a different avenue for the youth.
What we need is more skateboards, more skate parks and less guns,” the Original singer stated. The Rastafarian entertainer has been giving his full support to the Freedom Skatepark and Youth Centre in Bull Bay, St Andrew, and says he is pleased that the first time it went viral was after he posted it on Twitter. “It’s a joy to go there and see all types of people enjoying themselves. Blvk H3ro says he supports the venture by doing his television interviews from the location, and even when he is told that he can have it to use free of cost, he still pays.
“We need a skate park in every parish,” he said
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Edu-Skate Graduates Edit Season 1 | Freedom Skatepark Jamaica

Edu-Skate Graduates Edit Season 1 | Freedom Skatepark, Jamaica
free program for Bull Bay kids in freedom skatepark 8 miles Jamaica
Concrete Jungle Foundation and the Freedom Skatepark Foundation proudly present the graduates from the first season of the Edu-Skate programme: Bracka 101 Crew
Video by TIM Follow @cjf_jamaica

 

Wave of Freedom inna Bull Bay

‘The Wave’ is a documentary directed by Julian Sonntag during Concrete Jungle Foundation’s construction of Jamaica second skatepark in March 2020. The Boston Bay skatepark was built in september 2019 by @WATW Wondersaroundtheworld…Paris skate culture helped both project and started the first professional building in Kingston University UWI in Mars last year with the student Skaters and BMX association Ignite Xtrem sports club, unfortunetly we were not allowed to pour concrete when 90% of the bowl was finished…politircks ! (to be continued)  . To know more about Concrete Jungle Foundation check  @concretejunglefoundation @cjf_jamaica  …   In this movie you will see more about the local scene and origins of bull bay skateboard history.
@freeskatemag channel TV

 

 

 

Jamaican Skateboarding origins

Skateboarding in Jamaica, much like skateboarding as a whole, was born from surfing. Thank You Skate Co was invited to Jamaica to skate and get involved with raising money to support Freedom Skatepark and Youth Center which will provide young people with a multi-purpose creative platform for education and youth entrepreneurship. 100% of proceeds from  you ” One Love Jamaica ” Thank you deck will go directly to Freedom Skatepark and Youth Center ! thank you Torey Pudwilll and crew
https://thankyouskateco.com

FREEDOM GREEN PARK

Planting the seeds of skateboarding But also REEL TREES and PLANTS to make this place a green park for all the FAMBLY…
First monthly community activity at the @freedomskateparkja organized by Tim CJF with the committee of Freedom skatepark. 40 parents and skaters came together to work on making the Freedom Skatepark a beautiful place, planted 15 fruit trees around the park with the generous donation from @treesthatfeed, and @pariskateculture donated a truckload of black rocks gravel ( 30 yards). Thanks to all participating

A film by @claudawatkis / Landscaping starts at 2 mn

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PLANTING TREES teaser