Meeting to discuss future of Nailsea Skatepark

PUBLISHED: 13:00 07 December 2017

Supporters celebrating the opening of the new skatepark.

Supporters celebrating the opening of the new skatepark.

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The team behind Nailsea Skatepark is holding an open meeting to find out how users would like to see the facility develop.

Nailsea Skatepark Project, Nailsea police beat team, Nailsea Town Council and Tesco are hosting the event at Number 65, High Street, tonight (Thursday) at 7pm.

It has been 18 months since the new skatepark was opened and organisers would like to hear what users think of the facility and whether more can be done to improve enjoyment of the park and to reduce antisocial behaviour.

Phil Williams, from Nailsea Skatepark Project, said: “The meeting will be focussed both on a celebration of the park’s success, as well as an opportunity to share thoughts with Nailsea Skatepark Project, Nailsea Town council, Tesco and the police community to move forward and listen to ideas to ensure it remains a safe and exciting space.”

To comment in advance, email phil@christiansurfers.co.uk

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