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

Browse through our site to find out how to get here, become a member, book a private session or learn more about us.

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

To ride the park you must become members of Skaterham. This can be done on the day but to speed up your entry please print and fill out CONSENT FORM and QUESTIONNAIRE and bring with you.

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About CR3

About Us @ Skaterham formerly The CR3 Project  

The aim of the CR3 project is to continue to develop and extend our existing skatepark to provide facilities for young people in a safe and secure environment.


The CR3 Youth Project is a Community Project primarily run as a Skatepark. We have been operational for 19 years on an affordable for all basis for Young people ages ranging from 5 to 25+, a footfall of 200 to 300 per week and giving a safe and secure space for expending their energy.

We offer a tuck shop, run by volunteers, a skate shop, run by young people and Gods Kitchen offering a choice of food from burgers, nuggets, hotdogs and fries, or of course a veggie option.

We currently employ one full time and 1 part time staff and are grateful to a number of volunteers. We are located in what was formerly the Caterham Army Barracks Chapel. We have a 10 year lease (from 29th June 2009) which is rent free from Landlords Linden Homes Development Co however we do have to pay all the Chapels maintenance costs.

In 1999 we held a youth conference to find out what the young people of Caterham and the surrounding areas needed. From this conference we set up a ‘Skaterham’ and the membership has grown from 28 to 30,000+ to date. Active membership is approximately 4000.

Young members were included and helped with the original set up in the Gyms (now the Arc) and then when we moved to the Chapel . They are consulted on all aspects of the project with 2 young people as representatives on the Management Committee.

In February 2004 we opened a shop ‘Bear Stuff’ which is run by members for the benefit of all. Our tuck shop is run by volunteers, staff and junior staff.  

Following receipt of some funding, we planned, constructed and opened a new outdoor section in April 2005. This has been renovated each year and we currently have six and four ft mini’s, 3 ft micro, volcano, jump box, 14ft vert wall, rails, blocks and café area. This area allows total beginners to try small ramps first.

In 2007 we received funding from the Norlands Foundation and added ‘Gods Kitchen’ to our facility, very popular on a Saturday morning for breakfast and offering food for parties at a very reasonable rate

We operate under strict health and safety regulations and provide an environment for young people where parents are happy to leave their children knowing they are protected from unnecessary risk or hazard.

In 2010 we raised £35,000 and built new toilets which is a great relief !!

In October 2016 we started work on a new mezzanine floor.  This was finally completed and signed off in July 2018.  Funded by “the Big Lottery”, a massive donation of the steel frame, wood beams, labour and a large TV we now have a fantastic area for viewing, relaxing, and seated area for party food

This summer while the park was closed for the annual Cornwall residential, the ramps in the middle of the park were renewed and made move-able so we can have a large area for  Fitness classes, run by our Manager Darren, a qualified fitness instructor

The park has had a face lift with new signs in the entrance lobby, new artwork and a new reception. If you haven’t yet visited our facility please come along and have a look around I’m sure you will be amazed.

Marilyn Payne MBE

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