Nailsea Skatepark Review – Open Meeting December 7th
It has now been around 18 months since the fabulous new Nailsea skate park opened, which has been used extensively by not only members of the local community, but also by those travelling from further afield. It is fantastic to see that after the 20 months or so of hard work and fundraising to get to the figure of around £116,000 which enabled us to build the park, it continues to be a really popular community space.
Nailsea Skatepark project along with the police and the town council would like therefore to host an open meeting about the park, and the progress made in order to see if there are other ideas we can introduce to assist park users to enjoy it even more, as well as discussing some of the antisocial behaviour that unfortunately has been seen in the park on occasions.
The meeting will be focused 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.
The meeting will be held at 7pm on December 7th at Number 65 High Street (Old youth house), which is also a great opportunity to see how this building has been developed and improved in the last few months by the council and other interested organisations.
Refreshments will be served, so whether a park user yourself, or a mum, dad, or carer of park users, please do your utmost to come down and support this initiative. The park was built for you and we want to make sure that your voice is heard as we go into 2018.
It has also been confirmed that the 16th anniversary Nailsea Community Skatepark festival 2018 will be held on Saturday June 9th, which all concerned are looking forward to, and if you would like to volunteer with the organising committee the please contact Phil Williams – details below
If you have any further questions about the meeting, or can’t get there on the night, but would like to comment in advance, please don’t hesitate to contact Phil Williams firstname.lastname@example.org and we look forward to seeing you there. Please spread the word.