On this page you’ll be able to access all the important information concerning Hotels, Schedules, Travel etc all under one page. Hopefully this will make it easier for you to find the information many of you need when planning your trip or attending SLAMMJAMM.


Once again time has past and the Slamm Jamm approaches its 17th session. When I gave birth to the concept of this event back in late 1999, the focus was to create a gathering of community. Up to the point of the first Slamm Jamm I had only ever attended rolling events around the UK and Europe that were based around competition formats. They always seemed constrictive and scheduled, were by not everyone was involved in the whole rolling experience. After attending the Lausanne International Roller competition in 1997 it opened my eyes as to how much of a community Rollerblading is worldwide. I wanted to grasp that feeling of community / family and produce a gathering in the UK were by it didnt matter about competition or your status, it just mattered that you ROLLED.

Sadly Lausanne International Competition is no more but events like IMYTA+, Slamm Jamm, Xbattle, Winterclash, Summerclash, Hoedown, MTL Classic, Barnburner, BCSD over the past years kept that sense of community running worldwide. From it’s humble beginnings Ive watched Slamm Jamm grow and flourish into a major UK event dedicated to everything that is Rolling. Each year I see more and more new faces attending from all over the UK / Ireland and beyond. For me Slamm Jamm is a place where you come to session, party, converse, hook-up, watch, develop, create, and all importantly ROLL with friends and family.

Come join theGathering



It is compulsary for all Rollerbladers to wear helmets when using the facilities at RAMPWORX Skatepark including those over 18 years old. Rampworx would advise anyone who is using the skatepark to wear full protection includng helmets, elbow, wrist and knee pads when using the skatepark.”NO HELMET NO SKATE“. RAMPWORX do not hire out any Helmets, but they do have a shop on site wear you can purchase one.

All first time visitors to Rampworx skatepark must fill in a Parental and Medical Consent form. Please note all those under eighteen years of age must have the form filled in and signed by a legal parent or gaurdian. To download the fom use the link HEREor collect a copy from Rampworx skatepark.


SATURDAY 14th OCT 2017:

PARK OPENS @ 10AM till 7PM

DOORTAX £TBC (PRICE Only available at reception on the day)

Spectators : £5.00 (PRICE available at reception)





To register for this years SJXVII / BATTLE ROYALE SESSION all you need to do is visit the registration page “HERE“.




At this years SLAMMJAMM XVII tradeshow you’ll be able to purchase goodies and meet the brands from the following stall holders.

NOODLEBRAIN APPAREL : www.noodlebrainapparel.bigcartel.com



Liverpool is now one of the major CITY destination’s in the UK for weekend revellers. Accommodation is usually tight on any given weekend throughout the year. Its advisalbe to book Hotels, Hostels etc well in advance if you wish to get a bargin. For a full list of accommodation near the Skatepark and in the City Centre please follow the link “HERE”

It might also be a good idea to check out the local tourist office & information “HERE”.


Liverpool has great transport links, rail, air, road and sea, which make’s it one of the easiest city’s to visit from all over the UK and Europe. Liverpool John Lennon Airport deals with flights to and from Europe on a daily basis. Mostly all the cheap airlines fly into JLA so why not check out Easyjet, Ryan Air, Wizz Air, Flybe to name a few.


From the North of UK

Head for the M6 Motorway heading South to Junction 26.
**At junction 26 follow signs for M58 Motorway, (Follow M58 to its end).
*** At the end of the M58 (M57) follow signs for the A5036 (Dunning Bridge Rd).
You will pass a Total Fitness Gym on your right, and then go over a hill passing Switch Car on your left.
At the next set of traffic lights turn left into Heysham Rd. Head down Heysham Rd and take your second left into Leckwith Rd. Rampworx Skatepark is 100 yards on your left.

From the South of the UK

Head North up the M6 to Junction 26 and then follow directions above from **

From the East of the UK

Head for the M62 west bound (towards Liverpool).
Follow the M62 to junction 6, at junction 6 follow signs for M57 Motorway.
Follow the M57 to its end. At this point follow directions from ***

From City Centre

From the City Centre take the A59 (Scotland Road), then turn left onto Ormskirk Road. Follow A59 until you pass Aintree Race Course on your right, Once you pass the Race Course you’ll drive under a bridge here take the small slip road on your left. You’ll pass industrial shop units on your left, take the next left turn into Heysham Rd and go underneath the Railway Bridge. Then take the next Right onto Leckwith Road, Rampworx is about 100 yards on your left. Rampworx has a fully available car park.


From Lime St Station (City Centre)

Upon arrival into Lime Street Station you need to get onto the underground.

Go down the escalator at Lime Street Station to the Underground (there is only one line), so get the first train that arrives and take it for one stop to Central Station.

Get off at Central Station and then get onto the platform for the Northern Line, you now want to catch the Ormskirk train to Aintree Station.

The train will pass James Street, Moorefields, Sandhills, Kirkdale, Walton, Oriel Park, Aintree, 6 stops until you get off at Aintree, as you get off the train you will need to walk over the bridge to the other side of the platform. Here you will see in front of you what looks like a stadium, this is Aintree Racecourse. Keep the Racecourse on the right hand side of you follow the road and walk past Aintree Racecourse, KFC, Fitness First and Arc car wash.

Go under the canal bridge and on your left you will see Callon Car Care, do a left onto Heysham Rd and go under small sandstone railway bridge, on your right you will pass The Build Centre, take your next right into Leckwith Road and Rampworx is 100 yards are half on the left hand side. From the train station it will take approx 15 mins to walk.


Liverpool is a major SEAPORT and therefore has ferry links to both Northern Ireland, Eire & the Isle of Man. Ferry’s arrive daily from and offer a cheap affordable way to reach Liverpool either as a foot passenger or with a car. For information concerning ferry travel why not visit IOM Steampacket, P&O Ferries, Norflok Line


Please use the email address : info@slammjamm.com if you wish to contact us regarding SJXV.


ADDRESS : 1-3 Leckwith Road, Netherton, Liverpool, L30 6UE, United Kingdom

Telphone : Office: +44 (0)151 638 9000 Skatepark: +44 (0)151 530 1500 Email: info@rampworx.com