No way. I'd sign a petition with my blood for that miniramp.
Exactly, there's no way "The Skatepark does not serve needs of the local youths" because thats exactly what it does do!
Why would you put a fuckin garden centre under a dark bridge, where the plant life will get no sunlight without expensive lighting and heating?
Wheres the logic?
So a garden centre will serve the local youth,
Preheps there gonna give up skateboarding and take up gardening!
On a (very vaguely) related note, I heard rumours about the local council considering demolishing the old olympic stadium and building a new sports center or something, in which there would be an indoor skatepark. 2 minutes away from my place. Literally.
Crossing my fingers!
Is there any other "dry" skatepark in London?
Royal oak and south bank are the next bes "dry" parks. but bay is just Rad!
Roayl Oak is fantastic but it's like the tenth of the size of Bay66! Hardly enough to make up for the possible loss of London's main skatepark.
Another point on serving the needs of the local youth... skateboarding lessons from the guys there... if thats not for the youth and keeping them of dealing crack on the streets then well lets all teach them how to spark up instead.
signed. it amazes me that councils dont realise how essential places like this are. most councils do nothing for kids/youths. yet when someone steps in and provides a decent facility and does thier job for them they want to sell it off for office space
the dream of the 90s is alive in portland
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