Martha Eggleton's dad decided to build a mini-ramp in their back garden so she could continue training as a skateboarder for Wight Trash
Wight Trash adapt Matt Hancock’s slogan to ‘Where the Isle of Wight rolls, Britain follows’ for new T-shirts
Matt Hancock may have said Where the Isle of Wight goes, Britain follows, but IW skateboarding brand prefer this version. Pre-order yours today and a percentage goes to a new charity set-up to help local community groups
Friday, 8th May, 2020 2:49pm
By Sally Perry with 7 readers' comments
Town councillors effectively block free skateboarding for kids, objecting to Wight Trash branding (updated)
Two councillors in East Cowes have effectively now blocked free skateboarding sessions for kids as they say they don't like the 15-year old Wight Trash name. It's never been an issue in previous years.
Wednesday, 5th June, 2019 12:32pm
By Sally Perry with 17 readers' comments
Eight-year-old skateboarder’s speech about concrete skatepark dubbed ‘illuminating and inspirational’ by Mayor
The eight-year-old skateboarder's speech on the benefits of a concrete skatepark was dubbed by the Mayor of the town council as "very illuminating and inspirational". Watch here.
Wednesday, 15th May, 2019 6:18pm
By Sally Perry with one comment