News: Surfing museum re-opens after floods

added to the website on Dec 23, 2012

The Museum of British Surfing opened to the public again today after floods devastated many homes and businesses around us Braunton, North Devon. The charity is appealing to supporters for donations to help make up for losing vital trade in the run-up to Christmas – online donations can be made by clicking here – or ……»

Charity skate marathon ends at Braunton Bowl

News: Charity skate marathon ends at Braunton Bowl

added to the website on Aug 08, 2011

The newly painted Braunton Bowl hosted the final leg of a truly amazing 24 mile skateboard marathon on Tuesday, August 9th. The Four Parks Tour 2011 was organised by Lampard Skate Club – Lampard is a school for students aged 7 to 16 with complex needs including autism, speech and language difficulties. The skaters pushed-off ……»

Braunton Skate bowl mural painting finished

News: Braunton skate bowl mural painting finished

added to the website on Jul 29, 2011

More than sixty volunteers worked flat out for 10 days – often in searing summer sun – to successfully complete the mural painting project at Braunton skate bowl. Led by artist Conor Wilson, young volunteers, staff from Devon Youth Services and the Museum of British Surfing, parents and members of the surfing and skating communities ……»

Volunteer to paint Braunton skate bowl

News: Volunteer to paint Braunton skate bowl

added to the website on Jul 22, 2011

We’re stoked that the mural painting project with young people is now getting underway at Braunton skate bowl. Last night youth volunteers from Braunton Youth Centre, along with staff from Devon Youth Services, ourselves and other volunteers, joined artist Conor Wilson to sketch out the new designs on the walls. The work is funded by ……»

Clean Bowl

News: Clean Bowl

added to the website on Feb 04, 2011

Volunteers from the Museum of British Surfing spent Wednesday afternoon litter picking at Braunton skate bowl. The team worked for more than two hours filling 10 sacks of rubbish from the site in the village centre and took them to the recycling centre in Barnstaple. A spokesman said: “Braunton Bowl is really popular, but it’s ……»