Urban Skate !

Skate Park Project's

Our Urban Skatepark Youth programme is designed to empower young people to take ownership of their local skatepark by providing our mobile Floodlights during the dark winter months has been hailed as a great success by local Parents, Councilors, Mayors, Police and the wider Community.

Young people from the age of three have turned up to revitalise their local skatepark be it in Adlington, Euxton or Liverpool thanks to funding from One Vision Housing, Adlington Town Council and the Lancashire Police & Crime Commissioners Fund.

 

By providing young people with a focus and a much-needed structured and supervised activity, but on their terms, our activities allow us to tackle anti-social behaviour, re-offending and provide an early intervention whilst benefiting young people’s physical health and their social development.

 

Our FREE sessions provide reassurance to and for the local community members who are looking and wanting more places for young people to meet and more positive activities for young people to do on weekends. 

        
  Cllr Alison Evans, Deputy Mayor for Adlington Town Council said "Having attended some of the sessions with my children and seeing so many young people out enjoying the event in Adlington, engaged in positive, healthy activity that provided a safe environment and I am sure this has helped to foster and maintain good community relations".

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