Xsite Skatepark is run by Lincolnshire Extreme Sports Association. A registered charity and non-profit organisation.

Lincolnshire Extreme Sports Association was formed in October 2000. It is a registered charity (Charity Number: 1108889) and company limited by guarantee (Company Number: 5737359) It is a non-profit making organisation with its main purpose being to provide a range of health, social, recreational, cultural and sporting activities to all ages and abilities especially young people living in areas of multiple deprivation and rural isolation.

Since 2000, LESA sought to establish the East Coast of Lincolnshire as a hub for extreme sports and leisure activities. This has subsequently led to the establishment of X-Site Skatepark, with an indoor arena and outdoor plaza.

X-Site Skatepark has rapidly become recognised as an important facility amongst the youth and extreme sports user groups. LESA is now keen to explore the opportunities for further expanding its operations.

The centre has become a focal point for young people to meet, socialise and take part in healthy activities. The centre also supports wider district and county initiatives that offer advice and guidance to young people.

In 2008 the Association’s achievements were recognised by BURA (British Urban Regeneration Association) at the Community Inspired Regeneration awards.

 

Our Mission statement

Our mission is to create, develop, co-ordinate and promote opportunities for all in the community to participate in sport, physical activity art and cultural experiences.


The advantage of having a skatepark like this, which is run by people that know and care about skateboarding, is that their enthusiasm and experience is passed down to the younger generations.
— Nic Powley. Backroom Operations.

our aims

  • To promote the involvement in sport regardless of age, religion, gender, race or ability.

  • To meet the sporting needs of individuals in the community.

  • To promote equality of opportunity for participation at all levels

  • To promote inclusion and enhance the quality of life of people in Lincolnshire

  • To promote healthier lifestyles.

  • To reduce poverty and promote work life balance.