Welcome

The skatepark is open to BMX, skateboard, scooter & inline.

To ride the park you must become members of skaterham. To do this you need follow the link to Session bookings and register, You can also book your session at the same time if you want to. Membership is Free..

We are located in a converted chapel off the Coulsdon Road, Caterham, opposite the large Tesco. Click for directions.

When you first register online through our booking system you will fill in a questionnaire and consent form which give you free membership. You must be a member to ride at Skaterham

If you would like to make a donation please click the banner below:

Make a donation using Virgin Money Giving

If you do your shopping online you can also help raise funds for Skaterham. Please click here for more information.
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Data Protection & Privacy Policy

Skaterham and CR3 data protection policy

Policy brief & purpose

Our Data Protection Policy supports our commitment to treat information of employees, volunteers, members, stakeholders and all other interested parties with the utmost care and confidentiality.

With this policy, we ensure that we gather, store and handle data fairly, transparently and with respect towards individual rights.

Scope

This policy refers to all parties (employees, volunteers, members, suppliers etc.) who provide any information to us.

Who is covered under the Data Protection Policy?

Employees and volunteers of Skaterham and CR3 must follow this policy. Contractors, consultants, partners and any other external entities are also covered. Generally, our policy refers to anyone we collaborate with or acts on our behalf and may need occasional access to data.

Policy elements

As part of the services and facilities we offer, we need to obtain and process information. This information includes any offline or online data that makes a person identifiable such as names, addresses, digital footprints, photographs, ethnicity, health conditions that might be relevant etc.

Data such as ethnicity and health information is clearly sensitive data and is only processed for the following purposes;

  • High level data on ethnicity is used only to track the changes in ethnic mix of our members over time. This is to make sure that we are accessible to all and encouraging equality in the use of the funds we raise and the facilities it supports. Many of our fundraising supporters require us to demonstrate these principles before being given access to funds.
  • Information on relevant health conditions is used only to ensure that we can provide the facilities to the utmost standards of care and safety, adapting what we offer to ensure members health conditions are properly catered for.
  • We also seek confirmation of your consent to participate in activities at your own risk and as claims for bodily injury can be made during a significant period after an event we have to maintain records of this consent. For minors this will be a minimum of 3 years after the 18th

We collect this information in a transparent way and only with the full cooperation and knowledge of interested parties. Once this information is available to us, the following rules apply.

Our data will be:

  • Accurate and kept up-to-date for the purposes required
  • Collected fairly and for lawful purposes only
  • Processed by Skaterham and CR3 within its legal and moral boundaries
  • Protected against any unauthorized or illegal access by internal or external parties

Our data will not be:

  • Sold or transferred to any other party or communicated informally (exempting legitimate requests from law enforcement authorities)
  • Stored for longer than is necessary
  • Transferred to organisations, states or countries that do not have adequate data protection policies

In addition to ways of handling the data we have direct obligations towards people to whom the data belongs. Specifically we must:

  • Let people know that the only data we collect is that contained on their initial consent form
  • Inform people about how we’ll process their data
  • Inform people about who has access to their information
  • Have provisions in cases of lost, corrupted or compromised data
  • Allow people to request that we modify, erase, reduce or correct data contained in our databases

Actions

To exercise data protection we’re committed to:

  • Restrict and monitor access to sensitive data
  • Maintain transparent data collection procedures
  • Train employees and volunteers in online privacy and security measures
  • Build secure networks to protect any online data from cyberattacks
  • Maintain procedures for reporting privacy breaches or data misuse
  • Communicate statements on how we handle data including their right to request information, change information or delete it altogether
  • Establish data protection practices (document shredding, secure locks, data encryption, frequent backups, access authorization etc.)

Our data protection provisions will appear on our website.

Disciplinary Consequences

All principles described in this policy must be strictly followed. A breach of data protection guidelines will invoke disciplinary and possibly legal action.

Contact

    Directions


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    By Bus

    BUS ROUTES that ‘go to’ or ‘close to’ The Village (Old Caterham Barracks)

    A From Caterham station to The Village 10 & 40 mins past
    B From station to The Village, via de Stafford School. starts 7pm, 15 & 45 mins past.
    404 From Coulsdon – Old Coulsdon – The Village
    409 From W. Croydon – Purley – The Village – Valley – Godstone – E. Grinstead
    407 From Sutton – W. Croydon – S. Croydon – Purley – Kenley – Valley (Station)
    411 Redhill – Nutfield – Godstone – Valley (Station) – The Village – Warlingham – Oxted
    466 Shirley Inn – Croydon – S. Croydon – Purley – Old Coulsdon – The Village
    540 Woldingham – Whyteleafe – Valley (Station) – The Village – Merstham – Redhill

     

    By Car

    BY CAR – FROM THE SOUTH / LONG DISTANCES

    J6 off M25, take the A22 signposted CROYDON. After 1 Mile, at the lights turn left signposted: CATERHAM.

    After 1 mile you come into CATERHAM TOWN CENTRE, turn left at the roundabout, go up the steep hill for 1 mile.

    At mini roundabout turn left. keep going until first mini roundabout, turn right into (COULSDON RD).

    SKATERHAM is located approx 1 mile down this road on your left opposite a TESCO in a LARGE CHURCH.

    BY CAR – FROM LONDON / CROYDON

    Follow the A23 to PURLEY, stay on A23 signposted: REDHILL.

    After 1 mile look out for a sign for CATERHAM, turn left. Stay on this road all the way.

    Keep going until you see TESCO, we are opposite TESCO in a LARGE CHURCH.

    PARKING

    • MONDAY TO SUNDAY, PARK IN TESCOS FOR A MAXIMUM OF 3 HOURS

    Private groups

    If you are the organiser of a party at Skaterham, we allow free parking directly outside the skate park (through the pillars). This is strictly for party organisers only for easy loading and access.

    Other vehicles are not permitted as this area must be kept clear for staff parking and emergency vehicles access.

     

    By Train

    If you’re catching the train, from Caterham Station getting the bus from outside the post office opposite brings you right here. BMXers may have to leg it if the driver won’t let you on, but if he’s not busy and in a good mood you may be lucky and a promise to look after his/her bus may help!

    Trains come into Caterham from Purley, Croydon, Clapham Junction and London Bridge. It is also possible to get a train to Coulsdon South station and then get the bus to The Village (Barracks).

    Visit national Rail Enquiries for train times

    Sponsors

    The CR3 Youth Project are very grateful to all our sponsors for their continued funding and support of our project. Without these companies Skaterham would not have reached the level it has today. So a big thank you from all of us!

    Biffaward
    www.biffaward.org
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    Linden Homes
    www.lindenhomes.co.uk
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    John Thomson & Partners
    www.jtp.co.uk
    support jtp
    Kevin Black photography
    07814 458802
    www.clikpic.com/kevinwilliamblack

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    Norland Foundation
    For funding the extension of our outdoor section
    and the re-plying of all indoor ramps.
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    John Cowan Foundation
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    Thank you also to: Tandridge Local Committee, to Surrey County Council and to Surrey Police.

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    The Skaterham Shop

    The Skaterham Shop, is crammed full of products at unbeatable prices.

     

               Helmets £15……….Padset (elbow, knee, wrist) £20  Scooter.

               Blazer pro mini £75……….Scooter. Blazer pro Max £145

                Bearings. £2……….Wheels. £8-£16

                Grips. £10……….Plain grip tape sheet £5

                Skaterham hoody £25……….Skaterham T-shirt £12

                Mouth guards £5……….Blazer pro bars £40

                Blazer pro quad clamp £10               

                Skaterham drawstring bag £5…..Skaterham shoulder bag £7

                 Plus skaterham branded face masks 100% cotton. £6

    DWB / SKATERHAM KICKER RAMPS

    All Birch Plywood. Reassuringly heavy! Super tough with carry slot

    35cm high x 60cm wide x 95cm long   £99

    Perfect Xmas present

    Add £10 to add a name and your choice of top surface colour

    If we haven’t got what you are looking for in stock, we can usually get it in.

    So make the Skaterham Shop your number one choice for your skating and riding needs.

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    Skaterham Exclusive!  BAR-X scooter bar extenders! Available in two sizes….. extend your bars easily and safely, click the link to learn more and purchase  http://skaterhamshop.bigcartel.com/

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