Mayor Cllr Roger Avenin, breaks the ground of the new skate park development with fellow councillors, active young residents and council officers.

Ground broken on new skate park site

Construction work has finally begun on a new skate park for Bradley Stoke, at a new location within the grounds of Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre. Councillors, council officers and local young people recently met on-site to mark the occasion. Town Mayor Cllr Roger Avenin commented: “I am pleased to have officially started the construction of the new skate park development for Bradley Stoke. The

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Visualisation of the proposed new skate park at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre.

Planning issues delay new skate park build

Work on a £250,000+ project to construct a new concrete skate park in the grounds of Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre could finally get under way within the next few weeks, subject to planners at South Gloucestershire Council (SGC) granting approval following a protracted evaluation of the town council’s planning application. At the time funding was secured for the project in

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Bradley Stoke Community Festival skate park competition 2014.

This year’s festival skate park competition to be “bigger and better”

Local young people are organising another two days of skate park events during the Community Festival, writes Graham Baker, Bradley Stoke Town Council’s Youth Development & Participation Worker. After the success of last year’s two days of skate park activity, local young people have again been involved in actively planning and organising another two days of skate park related events during

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Plans for new skate park backed by SGC’s Policy and Resources Committee

Tenders for the construction of a replacement skate park on a new site within the grounds of Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre could be sought within months after the project received the backing of South Gloucestershire Council’s (SGC’s) Policy and Resources Committee. The future of the skate park had been in doubt after Circadian Trust, which runs the leisure centre on

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