Tickets: From £12
The Market Hall in FarGo Village, Coventry Far Gosford St, Coventry, CV1 5ED
Tue 29 Mar 2022 @ 17.15
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Try It! - Learn to Skateboard (2022)

Tue 29 Mar 2022 @ 17.15
The Market Hall in FarGo Village, Coventry
Far Gosford St, Coventry, CV1 5ED
Duration: 1 hour
From £12

*You will be transferred to an external ticketing website.

Recommended 7+

Lessons for Beginners

  • Wednesdays 5.30pm - 6.30pm
  • Dates: 2 Mar, 9 Mar, 16 Mar, 23 Mar, 30 Mar, 6 Apr 2022

These beginner lessons will help you learn the basics of skateboarding and how to get started on your first skateboard, these lessons will start with how to stand on a skateboard all the way to how to "caveman" onto one (a trick where you jump and throw the skateboard under yourself with the intent to land on it). These lessons will not only help you understand how to skateboard but will help you create friends within the sport to help you progress together.

Intermediate

  • Tuesdays 5pm - 6 pm
  • Dates: 1 Mar, 8 Mar, 15 Mar, 22 Mar, 29 Mar, 5 Apr 2022

These intermediate lessons are for those who have progressed quickly and have already gone through the basics of skateboarding and want to learn more tips and tricks. these will help with your creativity and teach you different styles of skateboarding from learning the regular tricks like an ollie to learning freestyle and grab tricks. these lessons are aimed at the more experienced skaters to help them explore skateboarding and open up a whole different outlook on the sport.

Email: [email protected] for more information.

WHAT IS TRY IT?

Try It! is a programme encouraging Coventry residents to have a go at a range of new, and often quirky, health-giving creative activities during our year as UK City of Culture.

We believe in social prescribing – the idea that, by taking part in community activities, we can all improve our health and wellbeing. 

This project aims to enhance the lives of community members and leave a lasting legacy of creative activities in Coventry.

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Supported by funding from the National Lottery Community Fund, Warwickshire County Council and Spirit of 2012.