London Skate Patrol is group of volunteer skaters from the London area. We believe that the biggest challenge in learning how to skate safely is learning how to stop (well, maybe after learning how to go), so Skate Patrol runs heel-braking clinics on most Sundays, Bank Holiday Mondays, and Wednesdays throughout the summer months.




In collaboration with LondonSkate (the free Wednesday evening streetskate), Skate Patrol offers free clinics before the skate sets off. "Guest" ICP instructors will be on hand to offer help to beginners - just because you can't do the skate now doesn't mean that you won't be able to soon!

This website not only gives information about our clinics, but strives to answer some of the more frequently asked questions by new skaters that we meet.

London Skate Patrol is part of an international network of Skate Patrol organisations supported by the Inline Certification Programme (ICP). All Skate Patrol volunteers are fully qualified through this programme and are insured to teach.

We hope you enjoy our site and your skating in 2006 and beyond. We look forward to meeting you in the park or on a London streetskate!

Want to come to a clinic? Check the schedule.

For insurance purposes, we have to take some information from everyone that we teach. We do not pass this information on nor use it to spam you. Whilst we have a signup sheet at the clinics, you can help by filling out this form in advance and bringing it along.

How to Choose the Best UK Betting Site

If you ever tried online betting, then you must know that this can be a very enjoyable activity and quite addicting as well especially if you are in the winning side. However, online betting just like any gambling activity is a game of chance and faith. Sometimes you go home happy with a pocket full of cash, and sometimes you go home empty handed. Wouldn’t it be nice if you can predict the odds of you winning? Believe it or not, there are actually people who are paid to predict whether the odds on your side and these individuals are called the bookmakers or bookies.

Bookmakers are defined as individuals who predicts the odds or probability of an outcome occurring. These individuals accepts bets from other people, calculate the odds of winning and then they pay out winnings. Bookies try to “balance” the odds to make sure that their clients win whatever the outcome is. Basically, all you do is bet and get paid while the bookmaker do all the job for you. So, how do you choose the best bookmaker?

Currently, there are hundreds of online UK bookmakers – one of the most popular is the Irish based Paddy Power – that all promises of the highest odds of winning which is why finding the best UK bookmaker for you can be challenging. Considering the number of available online bookmakers, the first thing that you should do is to compare bookmakers. You can utilize some webpages that provides a list and review of the best and highly rated bookmakers online. Also, there are some applications available online that allows you to compare multiple bookmakers in a table form.

In addition, comparing the bonuses and other promotional packages of each bookmaker can give you an idea which one will be perfect for your needs. Other bookmakers offer bonuses from $20 up to $250. Once you have decided which bookmaker will help you maximize your money, then the next step is to register online.

 
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