Published on December 9, 2017 by
  • Vague Skate Mag

‘Skate for Will’ is a jam in the memory of Will Appleby which takes place in Ulverston, Cumbria. The turnout was rad with the likes of Ben Kermode, Alex Appleby (Will’s brother), Blinky, Owen Godbert, Lee Rozee, Sam Mason, Jordan Watson, Garry G The Wizard, Dan Mercer, and Gavin Davies all shredding. See below for the photos and an edit from this year’s jam by Vic MacMahon and Alex Appleby.


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