I WAS wandering through Normanston Park when I noticed that the skatepark was in use, so I went to have a look. I was hugely impressed by what I saw.The skatepark was a hive of activity.
I WAS wandering through Normanston Park when I noticed that the skatepark was in use, so I went to have a look. I was hugely impressed by what I saw.
The skatepark was a hive of activity. The design is most impressive. The young people were very well behaved and courteously allowed others to go first, even curtailing their own run for someone else's; their skills never fail to amaze me. Most striking was that the concrete surface was so quiet.
Altogether the enterprise is a credit to all involved, not least the young people who took part in choosing the design. Congratulations are due all round.
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