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Skaters get help with new home


MICHRON ROBINSON, [email protected]

Skaters get help with new home

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EVERYTHING IS A-OKAY for the local skateboarding community now there’s a place to call home – at least temporarily.

After the demolition of the seven-year-old Foundation Spot in Graeme Hall, Christ Church, on May 26, the skateboarders were on the hunt for somewhere to congregate.

In the SATURDAY SUN of May 28, it was reported that the park had to be demolished because permission had not been granted to build on the land, which is owned by the Ministry of Agriculture.

However, the recreational athletes have been relieved of their worries after property manager of Cave Shepherd Worthing, Sacha Soodeen, said he saw the benefits of letting the skateboarders use the space. (MR)

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.

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