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YOUNGSTERS are being urged to show their support for a skate park in Ramsey by making use of a mobile version. Following several consultations with young people, the Ramsey Area Partnership, The Sherrie Durrant Youth Fund, Cambridgeshire County Council a

YOUNGSTERS are being urged to show their support for a skate park in Ramsey by making use of a mobile version.

Following several consultations with young people, the Ramsey Area Partnership, The Sherrie Durrant Youth Fund, Cambridgeshire County Council and Ramsey Town Council are funding a pilot project called Sk8 with a view to providing permanent facilities for young people in the Ramsey area.

Mark Hollis, youth worker for Cambridgeshire County Council, said: "For those who want a skate park in Ramsey, here's your chance to prove it will work by attending four sessions of a mobile skate park in the town.

"Even if you don't skate, you can just turn up in support of the project.


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"Let's look towards the future and work together to try to make real the dream of having a skate park in Ramsey."

INFORMATION: The mobile skate park will be in the Mews car park in Ramsey from 6-8pm on Monday, October 9, Monday, October 23, Monday, November 6, and Saturday, November 4, from 2-4pm. You must have parental consent if you are under the age of 16. The form can be found at www.chaosyouthcentre.co.uk - no children under the age of 11 are allowed.

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To find out more, drop into the Ramsey Youth Centre or phone 01487 813159.

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