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Community asked for views on skate park plans for Lincoln

By Lincolnshire Echo  |  Posted: October 26, 2012

an artist's impression of how the new skatepark could look

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Skaters are being asked for their views on plans for a new skate park in Lincoln.

The proposal would see a skate plaza built on land to the right of the city's Grandstand Community Centre, in Carholme Road.

It could provide a growing community of skaters with a multi-purpose, city-centre skate park that can be used all year round.

A consultation meeting has been set up to give skaters the chance to put their suggestions forward to the designer and project manager.

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The meeting is at the Grandstand Community Centre on Thursday, November 1 at 2pm.

Antony Angus, the city council's team leader for recreation services, said: "We're really keen to hear how local skaters feel about this proposal for a new skate park.

"As the project manager, I'll be on hand, along with the design company Gravity Engineering, to answer questions about the design, listen to suggestions and talk through any issues that people may have."

For more information visit www.lincoln.gov.uk/skate

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