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Funds found for ´World Class´ skate park

By Warren Wilkins 11th October 2017

Funds found for ´World Class´ skate park

NEWQUAY has enhanced its status as the boardriding capital of Britain after the go ahead was given for a world class concrete park. Newquay Town Council approved funding of up to £201,000 to provide the remaining money needed to construct Concrete Waves at Trenance, which will get underway in January and take nine months to complete. More than 100 skateboarders, BMXers and scooter riders descended on the town council where they made...

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