€3,680.00raised of €10,000.00 goal goal
Help me build a skatepark in our little town!
Little Paradise Skatebowl is an upcoming skatebowl that will be located in the southeast corner of the Peloponnese, Greece in a little town called Neapoli Voion.
It's main purpose is to give people a spot where they can ride, connect, feel safe and equal, and to create a new community to a place where extreme sports haven't yet been introduced. A place where artists can repurpose the space and offer a diferent use for it
The L.P.S. project started in 2019 by a handful of people who shared a common dream and so far have managed to sum up enough money to give the project a solid heartbeat.
So far we've managed to build the foundations of where the park is going to be built and that by itself was an enormous project as the location was very hard to form.
We spent approximately 5.000euro just for the construction materials and labour.
Today we are asking for the support from people who believe that a place such as this can bring different people and cultures together and introduce a new world to the younger community
If you want to help make this dream come true I ask you to trust and put faith into this effort
You are the fuel of this project
Retaining wall is up!Update posted by Kimo Haitoglou at 03:45 pm
This was the hardest and most important part so far and with your donations we made it happen - the wall is finally up! That means that we now have the space to build on.Looking forward to the next update which will be cementing the top level before we start
The retaining wall has begunUpdate posted by Kimo Haitoglou at 02:47 pm
Probably the most important part of the entire project is a retaining wall where the skatepark will sit on. It's literally a stone monster stretching out 25 meters long, 5 meters high and 1 meter thick. It's just massive. COVID slowed down the process significantly but now we are finally
Phase 1 "bureaucracy" - completed!Update posted by Kimo Haitoglou at 01:19 pm
It's happening!Through your donations we were able to pay a civil engineer to visit Little Paradise's location, approve the construction and ground stability and provide the necessary license so that we can start building. In a few words we have the green light from the local town council.As soon as