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Town council gives residents chance to have say on Southwell's new skatepark plans

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Opinions are being sought on two potential designs for a town’s new skatepark.

Southwell Town Council is inviting residents and skatepark-users to have a say on the two designs for the park.

The skatepark regeneration aims to provide a space that is inclusive for skateboards, bikes and scooters and acessible for wheelchair users, deaf and blind skaters and people with learning difficulties.

Design A. (56691003)
Design A. (56691003)

It is hoped to create a destination skatepark for residents and visitors, and enhance the visual appeal of the site.

The designs include a range of features including quarterpipes, rails and stairs alongside seating and viewpoints for spectators.

A questionnaire is available on the council's website for park-users to have their say on their favourite design.

Design B. (56691006)
Design B. (56691006)

The council also held a consultation a the Market Square to showcase the designs.

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