Councillors Feeling Positive About The Future of Beverley Skate Park


Following a multi-agency meeting which took place last week Councillors for Minster and Woodmansey are confident that a way forward has been found for Skate Park

Along with the East Riding Councillors, representatives from the Police and joined Leisure Centre Staff, Anti-Social Behaviour Officers and Youth workers to discuss recent issues

Cllr said:

“I feel reassured after a very positive meeting with all concerned parties that we can find the quickest resolution to the issues we have been plagued with over the summer. It is vital that we all work together to ensure we do not lose this much needed facility. We cannot let the minority spoil it for the regular, legitimate users of the skatepark”

Cllr added:

“I am pleased to say that, in partnership with the attendees at the meeting, we have identified several methods of controlling this problem – such as extending to include the skate park and for the Town Council to negotiate with the leisure centre regarding regular maintenance and the installation of some litter bins. I’m confident that we can all work together to get the skate park open again”

At the meeting it was agreed that would undertake work to repair damage to boundary fencing along Spark Mill Lane. It is expected that this will be completed by the end of September

Cllr welcomed the news, commenting:

“It is vital that the fence which runs along Spark Mill Lane is repaired, and the sooner the better. This work will make the site more secure and hopefully help to reduce the problems that the site has been experiencing”

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