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Hangup Zine Issue 9 features;
Deerman of Dark Woods in the UK by Forde Brookfield,
Sam Young on his 100+ skateparks challenge,
A massive gallery featuring Eddie Belvedere, Harry While, Jake Sparham, Phillip Halton, Sam Pulley, Andrew Helminiak, Richi Larios, Roberto Flores, Tom Smith and Mani Haddon.
and an exhibition focus on Tom Quigley's upcoming Weekends & Everything in Between exhibition in Nottingham.
Contributors are Forde Brookfield, Sam Young, Danny Parker, James Carroll, Tom Bailey, Joe Herron, Chris Campbell, Johnny Haynes and Tom Quigley.
On the cover is Seaghan Crawley with a Smith transfer at Exhibition Skatepark in Newcastle, shot by Johnny Haynes.
Online now is our interview with Mani Haddon. Originally published in Hangup Zine 4, Mani and interviewer Phil Steavenson discuss everything from how the Newcastle skate scene has varied over the years, his preferred local DIY spot, learning to skate tranny and his preference for crusty spots.
Live now is Johnny Haynes' gallery from Sunday's Tyne Tees Slam Jam. Have a click through to see photos from Seaghan Crawley, George Redhead, The Cougar, Corey Fishwick, Alan Richardson, Richie Mann, Mani Haddon and Jake Mitchell!
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Here's Tom Harper's edit from the day, featuring most of the tricks seen in the gallery!
In this issue we have;
An interview with Chris Baillie discussing Ayr, sponsorship and teaching kids to skate,
Fear and Loathing in South Wales; a trip featuring Cam Edwards, Rob Whiston, Cie Denison, John Adams, Henry Fox and more. Shot and written by Alex Ramsell,
18+, interviews with Andy Bega, Tom Brown and Helena Juric on learning to skate post-18,
An interview with the North East's Mani Haddon,
Blood, Sweat and Concrete Dust, an essay by Jono Coote on why DIY Matters,
Blinky kicks things off with one of his signature Backside Ollies... | Photo: Jonny Long.
Last Sunday (25th June) marked the second fundraiser jam we've held at The Moon in recent years, but this time not just in aid of the spot itself but also for the skateboarding charity SkatePAL, who I'll be travelling out to volunteer with for a while at the end of the summer.
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